Legislature's Plans for Dealing with Workplace Deaths
Wyoming – A state task force this week released data on what's causing the bulk of deaths on the job in Wyoming. The group told the legislature's Joint Labor Committee that a lack of seat belts and workers not following safety rules were two of the biggest reasons why Wyoming has one of the highest workplace fatality rates in the nation. Representative Jack Landon of Sheridan chairs the House Labor Committee. He tells Addie Goss what jumped out to him most from the data was how many workplace deaths occur on the road.