They might have been on to something, judging from this story:
An Illinois-based company has been fined more than $185,000 after a worker was severely burned at a Wisconsin plant where five people have been killed since 2008.Yuppers! Keep killing ans seriously injuring your workers and you keep creating new job openings for someone else - at least for as long as they last.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration announced the fines Thursday against Packaging Corp. of America. PCA makes cardboard and paper boxes.
OSHA says a PCA worker was severely burned in March while trying to light a steam boiler in a paper mill in Tomahawk. OSHA says the company should have prevented the ignition of flammable vapors and given workers proper safety equipment.
A message left at the company's headquarters in Lake Forest, Ill., was not immediately returned.
Five workers were killed at the plant in the past five years. Three died in a 2008 explosion and two were fatally burned by ash last year.