OSHA has cited Walt Disney World following two fatal accidents at the amusement park.
Last July, a monorail train operator was killed when a switching error brought two trains together on the same track. During the monorail investigation, inspectors observed three additional violations unrelated to the fatality. They involved faulty fall-protection, fire-safety and power-tool procedures.
Additionally, in August, an actor died from injuries suffered during Disney’s new “Pirates of the Caribbean” stage show when he fell from the stage.
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