Concerns Over Workplace Safety Discussed on America’s Work Force

America’s Work Force dove into the topic of workplace safety and discussed some real life cases pertaining to it.

Justin MaddenJustin Madden from the Madden Law Firm in Ohio spoke to America’s Work Force on April 12 to go into detail about workplace safety cases. He first informed listeners that safety on a jobsite is both the responsibility of the landowner and the project manager, not just one or the other. If someone sees something that is a safety concern, they are required to bring it to attention. One case that Madden ran through was Michaels v. Ford Motor Companies, which was taken to appellate court to find a verdict over who was the negligent party in a workers unfortunate death at a Ford Motors factory.

Progressive PopulistJim Cullen, editor of the Progressive Populist spoke to AWF on April 12 to cover the May 1 edition of the Progressive Populist. Cullen’s main talking points were over the GOP and their “war on the sick and the poor.” He also discussed the major healthcare provisions.

AWF host Ed “Flash” Ferenc spoke about a teacher strike and people who don’t support it, feeding the strikers cookies laced with laxatives.



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