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Monday, December 15, 2014

Employee Safety and Environmental Stewardship at LANS and LLNS

Employee Safety and Environmental Stewardship at LANS and LLNS? 

Are employee safety and environmental concerns of LANS and LLNS employees well received by LANS and LLNS management (aka LANSLLNS)? Do employees feel intimidated to raise safety or environmental issues despite the "encouragements" by management to do so? What happens when these matters are raised to management? Does commitment to employee safety and protection of the environment pass the "load test"? 

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Anonymous said...

All must be well in this area, or employees are too afraid to talk. Hopefully the first reason.

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Anonymous said...

"Feds slash fee for LANL contractor"

"...Jay Coghlan, of the Nuclear Watch New Mexico watchdog group, said he was stunned by the fee cut and said the lab contract should be rebid now.
“LANL lives in a little bit of a fantasy world and their own echo chamber of how great they are,” he said. “This ought to be a real wake-up call.”..."

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