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    Taking A Stand!!!

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    Jul 2009
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    Albuquerque, NM
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    Default The Crimes Of Trump's OSHA Chief Nominee FedEx VP Scott Mugno

    Scott Mugno is the FedEx vice president of safety, sustainability and vehicle maintenance for FedEx Ground and serves as chairman of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s OSHA Subcommittee. He has been nominated by President Trump to be the chief of OSHA which is supposed to protect the health and safety of US workers and the public.

    While he has been in this position there has been an explosion in accidents and deaths at FedEx ground.
    In the 24-month period prior to December 3, 2017, FedEx Express drivers were reported to have been involved in 1762 crashes, 575 involving injuries, including 41 deaths. From 2012, the number of crashes has increased by 254.5%; the number of injuries has increased by 192%; and the number of fatalities has increased by 273%.

    At the same time Mugno has personally be involved in helping to retaliate against FedEx whistleblowers. One of these whistleblowers is Gary Brent who is a former FedEx Express Tractor Trailer Instructor and Safety Coordinator for FedEx. In this interview Gary Brent talks about his history and struggle for health and safety at FedEx and how he was bullied, harassed and terminated by the company for fighting for heath and safety on the job and filing OSHA complaints. Mugno has also lobbied for the American Trucking Association ATA to increase the weight of trucks to 120,000 lbs. that would not only tear up the roads but increase the hazardous dangers on the roads and highways in the United States. This interview was done on December 11, 2017.

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    On A Mission

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    Default Re: The Crimes Of Trump's OSHA Chief Nominee FedEx VP Scott Mugno

    What the hell maintenance does a FedEx Ground manager do?????
    They don't own their equipment...
    I thought it's all Independent contractors




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