Several government agencies report trends of increased injury incidents, especially in specific industry sectors.
Coupled with OSHA incident reports citing training and language as major causes of the accidents under investigation, the reports prompt the question of possible correlation between the incidents and lack of operator understanding, which is often exacerbated by language differences. Forecasts predict large growth in immigration, both legal and illegal, and suggest that many within these ethnic groups may be categorized as poorly educated, with little or no English language skills. This article reviews some data collected and presents some suggestions for further study.
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