PG&E workers say safety warnings ignored

Posted By Blog Manager || 9-Aug-2011

The San Jose Mercury news reported recently that PG&E employees raised concerns about safety to PG&E, but that those concerns were ignored. Furthermore, the workers who raised safety concerns were sometimes punished for speaking up.

According to PG&E's website, PG&E has 5.1 million electric customer accounts and 4.3 million natural gas accounts and provides service to over 15 million consumers.

Electricity and gas are dangerous instrumentalities that only PG&E has the power to control. Safety must be a priority. If PG&E is negligent, people could become electrocuted, burned, or killed.
Read more about PG&E's "culture of safety" here.

Categories: Personal Injury
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