Author: Jim Hopkins, USA Today, Published on: 24 March 2002
The Labor Department is intensifying efforts to stem an alarming rise in workplace deaths among Hispanics...At least 815 Hispanics died on the job in 2000, mostly in construction trades and often because of language gaps between supervisors and immigrant workers
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