Shortcut after change of plans on electrical repair job leads to tragedy

SaskPower supervisor violated safety procedure and legislation by not redoing formal risk assessment and hazard identification

A Saskatchewan electrical utility worker has been convicted in the electrocution death of a co-worker after he failed to follow hazard assessment procedures when the circumstances of a transmission line repair job changed, the Saskatchewan Provincial Court has ruled.

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