Nov. 19, 2023, 4:01 a.m. | ProPublica

The RISKS Digest

Railroad companies have penalized workers for taking the time to make needed
repairs and created a culture in which supervisors threaten and fire the
very people hired to keep trains running safely. Regulators say they can’t
stop this intimidation.

Bradley Haynes and his colleagues were the last chance Union Pacific had to
stop an unsafe train from leaving one of its railyards. Skilled in spotting
hidden dangers, the inspectors in Kansas City, Missouri, wrote up so-called
“bad orders” to pull …

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