Death in the Trench
by Jim Morris
The Center for Public Integrity
Jim Spencer suffocated under a pile of dirt in Nebraska — a grim reminder of the weakness of America’s worker-safety law.
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It is true, a picture is worth a 1000 words. Our loved ones are not just another statistics. They are so much more than that. Our pictures truly tell everyone that they were not just a work place death but someone left a family behind and were truly loved. Would you like to honor and share your loved one by adding a picture to our Faces Campaign that is seen by many across the United States on our website, social media, posters, mailouts, and at conferences in which we attend? You can do so by visiting this page.
John retired from OSHA as Assistant Regional Administrator, he is a proud member of the US Navy Atlantic Intelligence Command with an Honorable Discharge and activist provides us once a month with a safety presentation. John has also joined the USMWF Board and he produces monthly power point presentations.
USMWF is always looking for Volunteers to help us gain awareness about workplace fatalities and injuries and offered support to family members across the United States. We have a wide rang of activities such as speaking, writing letters, helping with events, hosting events and much more. We already have some Wonderful Volunteers.