has been charged with six occupational health and safety
charges after a workplace place death in September of 2008.
"Robert Tkach, 60,
was driving a jeep-like vehicle underground at PotashCorp's
Lanigan mine - located near the town bearing its name - when
it went over the edge of an unguarded ramp and rolled."
"The workplace safety charges against PotashCorp include the
* failure of a supervisor to take reasonable care to protect
the health and safety of a worker;
* failing to ensure the health, safety and welfare of all the
* failing to ensure all work is sufficiently and competently
* failing to ensure a supervisor complies with the
Occupational Health and Safety Act and regulations; and,
* failing to ensure a direct supervisor recorded all
significant information relevant to the health and safety of a
The supervisor in charge at the time of the worker's death has
been charged with "failing to take reasonable care to protect
the health and safety of a worker who may be affected by his
acts or omissions."
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