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Dave Kearns, OSHA area director, talks about the need for safety training before tragedies happen. Two deaths drowning in a manure pond, others squashed between vehicles — there's been an uptick in agricultural accidents. Dave Kearns, OSHA area director, talks about the need for safety training before tragedies happen. Katherine Jones firstname.lastname@example.org Hamer-based Blaine Larsen Farms had violations in 2009 and 2015, and workers were severely injured in 2015 and 2016, including broken wrists and amputated fingers. The business has been granted approval to import 2,302 workers to its farms since the first violation. Wada Farms did not respond to messages from the Statesman. Blaine Larsen Farms declined to answer questions. In the decade or so since regulators have caught about five dozen Idaho employers breaking rules — ranging from unpaid wages to fatal safety lapses — the federal government has given those employers a green light to hire more than 8,000 foreign workers. Those employers also received at least $7.9 million in subsidies. Two men died unthinkable deaths in manure ponds. Are we doing enough to protect farmworkers?
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