Worker injuries, safety orders reveal human impact of Edmonton’s Valley Line Southeast LRT

Statistics from Alberta Occupational Health and Safety show that TransEd’s direct employees had higher rate of injuries than both industry and provincial averages. Safety experts interviewed by CBC News say that is concerning.

Related: A months-long investigation by CBC News has uncovered a litany of previously unreported problems with the project, including numerous cases of poor quality construction or errors in design, some of which required work to be removed and redone:

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