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Supervisor Can't Be Held Liable for Worker's Death From Heat Stroke

Monday, October 3, 2022 | 0

The Missouri Court of Appeals upheld summary judgment dismissing a family’s claims that a worker’s supervisor was responsible for his death from heat stroke by exposing him to a risk for injury not normally associated with his job. Case: Channel v. Walker, No. WD85172, 09/27/2022, published. Facts: Thomas Channel worked for Cintas Corp., which allegedly had a protocol that included heat stress abatement and/or medical intervention in effect during his employment. According to his family, Channel was employed as a route delivery driver under the supervision of Stephen Walker...

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