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Girl accuses construction worker of rape
read an article about a sixth-grade girl accusing
a construction worker of raping her in a bathroom on
her school campus. It was determined by the police that
the girl was lying and thank goodness it didn't really
happen but it has brought on a lot of questions about
construction workers being present on school campuses
when the students are also present.
though it didn't really happen, there is fallout...
as a parent I have to honestly say that I agree
with all of the suggestions being made by other parents
but as a contractor (or past contractor) I recognize
that there still remains the question as to whether
or not some of the changes are reasonable (but
my parent side kicks in again and says nothing
is unreasonable when it comes to the safety of my
list of some of the ideas:
a separate entrance to a workzone and requiring
the construction workers to use that entrance
only and barring from the project any worker
who doesn't use the special entrance (which could
cause a job to suddenly be short on manpower);
checks and fingerprinting of contractors and their
employees just like they require of teachers and
other school workers (in all honesty, having been
unfortunate enough to hire some what turned out
to be really scary guys that I most definitely
would not want around my children, this is something
contractors should be doing already);
workers from areas where children might be present
(which may be possible provided the school has
a place to put the children when the work that's
being done is in an area where the children are
construction work to non-school hours such as night,
weekend, holiday and summer hours (which would
most likely greatly increase the expense of already
expensive union-priced work);
children to travel in pairs (which could cost a
child the expense of missing part of a lesson),
requiring more teachers in the hallways between
classes (this has always been a huge duh-huh with
us), and more
to be stationed at the schools (which while this
would hopefully keep the children safe it's still
a sad thought, that we need policemen stationed
at our schools, in the United States of
on what state you're in, chances are you were fingerprinted
and your background was investigated by the licensing
board as part of your licensing procedure. So why
not your employees? Chances are that most of the
folks working for you are good
bad apple to cost you big time.
informed and at least know
who you're hiring by conducting background checks and
even possibly fingerprinting.
It's not enough anymore to have a potential employee
an application, interview him and contact past employers.
Heck, these days it's a good idea to even
up on those who are already working for you!