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Re: Suicide in coalmines

FAA is tiptoeing up to the batter's box. Germanwings Pilot Suicide Prompts FAA Review of Medical Test ...   Take care,   Bill Corcoran   William  R.
DR WILLIAM CORCORAN
May 22
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Lying to Ourselves

How does this article apply to your industries and your communities of effort? The article is attached. The link is for your convenience.Lying to Ourselves:
DR WILLIAM CORCORAN
May 15
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Re: OHare

John, Thanks. I posted the following on the linked page. This is a perfect example of the Kitty Litter Principle: If you dig beneath the surface, you find the
DR WILLIAM CORCORAN
Apr 30
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A book for rooticians: Ben Goldacre, "Bad Science"

Scrutinize your premises, lest you leave it to your Nemesis. I just read the whole thing. It is educational and scary. People whose hearts are pure can do a
DR WILLIAM CORCORAN
Apr 21
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Re: Suicide in coalmines

Kevin, Thanks. I wonder how quickly the truck was disposed of. The following applies. RAGAGIP # 27.001   Measures shall be established to assure that evidence
DR WILLIAM CORCORAN
Apr 21
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Re: Suicide in coalmines

It has been an interesting discussion and certainly suicide should be a path that needs to be developed. Someone suggested that even a drunk wouldn’t
    Kevin Stewart
    Apr 20
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    Re: Suicide in coalmines

    Mark, Thanks. Let me know some good times to talk. Industrial suicide may well be an elephant in the room. Take care,   Bill Corcoran   William  R.
    Dr. Bill Corcoran
    Apr 20
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    Re: NARM

    MSHA should adopt the following recognized and generally accepted good investigation practice: Measures shall be established to assure that a forty-eight hour
    drbillcorcoran
    Apr 20
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    11758

    Re: NARM

    Bryan, Please provide comments, corrections and additions. So far it's only atRecognized and Generally Accepted Good Investigative Practices (RAGAGIP) ...
    DR WILLIAM CORCORAN
    Apr 20
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    11757

    Re: NARM

    Hi Bill Perhaps I have missed it, but where are you keeping the RAGAGIP database? Thanks Bryan
    bryan.lethcoe
    Apr 20
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    Re: NARM

    Bill, Thanks. RAGAGIP # 33.000   Measures shall be established to assure that apparent,obvious, and/or transparently plausible rejected lines of inquiry are
    DR WILLIAM CORCORAN
    Apr 20
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    11755

    Re: MSHA Report

    Scott, Thanks. There are some comments atHaul truck driver was drunk at time of death - Wyoming Business Report ...   Take care,   Bill Corcoran  
    DR WILLIAM CORCORAN
    Apr 20
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    Re: MSHA Report

    Bill: I received the report through the Department of Energy OPEX Share. I copied the file so it would be readily available to your readers. The October 18,
    Swenning, Steven H
    Apr 20
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    11753

    Re: NARM

    Dr. Bill, MSHA's refusal to pursue a potential suicide case is interesting. I often counsel clients to stop treating their employees like criminals when bad
    wlrigot
    Apr 20
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    11752

    Re: RCA TE-1756_web[1].pdf (SECURED) - Adobe Acrobat Standard

    Thanks to Jerry Arsenault, here is the IAEA guidance on RCA.Does anyone use it?What results do they get?Are there any posted RCARs that claim to comply with
    DR WILLIAM CORCORAN
    Apr 20
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