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gary hein

Isn't one role of management to ensure that the workers are fit for duty? Any manager that isn't aware that an employee has problems that can make them unfit for duty is as culpable as the employee.

Yes, the laws need to be made consistent and that should be the intent. As this article is written the intent seems to be to punish the injured employee. This is the wrong focus in my view.

In safety issues the injured and management are responsible. One for not following established safety policy. The other for not seeing established safety policy is followed.

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Milan Simonich writes about New Mexico politics and government from the Santa Fe Bureau for the Texas-New Mexico Newspapers Partnership.

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