Tragic Construction Worker Death Revives Debate on Occupational Safety Bill in Belize

Tragic Construction Worker Death Revives Debate on Occupational Safety Bill in Belize

Last Friday, we told you of the Guatemalan national, 24-year-old, Kevin Daniel Perez who fell off a scaffold from the fourth floor on Coney Drive.  The construction worker lost his life, and has once again brought to the forefront the issue of the Occupational Safety and Health Bill, commonly known as the OSH Bill.  We join News Director, Renee Trujillo for a look at where Belize is at on the Bill.

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