Tex said a lady died in a pole accident in Texas. I had not heard that. I am aware of a woman who fell from a pole during training in Milwaukee. She was hospitalized and did not die.
First of all I am a total CWA supporter. Yet when I hear this it makes me think if you work for sbc.. then you are just moronic and i am ashamed to call you a cwa employee. because when i talk to managers in sbc they would not say such a thing. because most that i work with started where i am now not to long ago. you suck
I was once and had to deal with SMART. That's how they operate. Actually, I keep thinking about that woman and how she suffered because of this whole debacle. I'd love to be fly on the wall when the required safety review is done. What went wrong? It is all step by step and rigidly abided by. Accidents are very rare. I only know of one serious one in my area in the last 25 years. Does anybody out there know of any others?
The gal fell during training in Milwaukee. She normally works in Hoffman Estates. Her feet were on a step pole at 8 1/2 feet when she fell. Hospitalized in Milwaukee for several days. I got this information from the training supervisor in Milwaukee two days after the accident.
And I bet those SMART people reject her claim. Tell her she didn't get it faxed from the doctor. Claim it wasn't signed within the time frame alloted. Tell her she has to come to work if she can sit up and speak. She can type with one hand and use a wheelchair to get to her desk.
And then look the other way when the FMLA con artists get quack doctors to claim they are disabled.
She would be better off getting a quack doctor and just telling them lies. It works better that way.
A gal fell from 12 feet at Hoffman Estates during training, she's still alive but got banged up pretty good as in some serious broken bones but the good thing is she's alive and I'm sure her family apreciates that.
The down side is she now has to deal with SMAART.