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OSHA versus SeaWorld News

Op-Ed: Four deaths not enough, SeaWorld wants trainers back in the water

Orlando - Not content with four deaths and numerous injuries to trainers by its killer whales, SeaWorld is rolling out a big shot lawyer in an attempt to get its trainers back into the water with captive orcas.

Op-Ed: SeaWorld is slapped again by OSHA for repeat violation

Orlando - It's been three years since Dawn Brancheau was mercilessly killed by SeaWorld's bull orca -- Tilikum. Yet despite four human deaths, the marine park still allows dangerous interactions between its whales and trainers. Last Friday, OSHA spanked them again.

Op-Ed: OSHA obligated to ensure SeaWorld's work environment is safe

Orlando - The tragic death of SeaWorld trainer Dawn Brancheau killed by the orca Tilikum in 2010, captivated global media. Brancheau's death sparked a high profile lawsuit between OSHA and SeaWorld, plus a book, then a movie. But where does OSHA stand now?

Review: Death at SeaWorld exposes the lethal legacy of orca captivity

From horrific orca captures to the tragic death of trainer Dawn Brancheau in 2010, David Kirby's groundbreaking investigative thriller chillingly exposes a side of SeaWorld deftly hidden from public view.

Judge: SeaWorld's trainers must be protected from killer whales

Orlando - In a long-awaited decision in the OSHA versus SeaWorld case, Judge Ken Welsch has ruled that the park's trainers should be protected by physical barriers or some other means providing the same level of safety, when working with killer whales.
 

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