Worker Health and Safety

Fatal Flaws

Twenty-eight states and territories regulate their own workplaces rather than defer to the feds. While some of these programs are effective, others, like Kentucky, don’t adequately protect workers, reports show.

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Fatal Flaws

Part 1 of 4

Published — November 12, 2018

‘The good, the bad and the ugly’ of state worker safety programs

Twenty-eight states and territories regulate their own workplaces rather than defer to the feds. While some of these programs are effective, others are in trouble for not adequately protecting workers.

Fatal Flaws

Part 2 of 4

Published — November 12, 2018

Fatal flaws: How Kentucky fails its workers


Fatal Flaws

Part 3 of 4

Published — November 12, 2018

In Kentucky, deregulation and worker safety collide

Fatal Flaws

Part 4 of 4

Published — November 12, 2018

A teenager dies on the job. His family’s work begins

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