Manager convicted of homicide, sentenced to teach safety classes

Jordan Barab of Confined Space reports on the latest gob of spit lobbed into the eye of the American worker: Brent Weidman, former president of the Far West Water and Sewage Company was convicted of two counts of negligent homicide for allowing two employees to asphyxiate on toxic sewage gasses. Last week, an Arizona court sentenced Weidman to teach safety classes for 17 years.

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