The death of worker D.J. Meyer in Kansas City last December shows the need for a strong Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Yet the Trump White House wants to cut OSHA and reduce its regulatory role.
The death of worker D.J. Meyer in Kansas City last December shows the need for a strong Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Yet the Trump White House wants to cut OSHA and reduce its regulatory role. Shane Keyser File photo
The death of worker D.J. Meyer in Kansas City last December shows the need for a strong Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Yet the Trump White House wants to cut OSHA and reduce its regulatory role. Shane Keyser File photo

Editorial: Belton trench death shows need for workplace safety rules

August 22, 2017 03:33 PM