The purpose of their investigation was to, in part, analyze the safety and health status of response personnel working at ground zero and to assess the safety and health programs there, such as those that would monitor exposure and worker protections.
The report was based on on-site observations and provides stunning historical documentation of the safety failure after Sept. 11.
"Contractors evidenced little if any attention to safety and health, let alone training, and communications and coordination among the various organizations with respect to safety and health particularly was isolated and difficult at best," wrote Moran.
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