I’ll never forget that morning.
I came into a jobsite that was in utter chaos. One man had been injured overnight and all the chillers were down, which meant Bellevue Hospital would have no air conditioning… and it was going to be a rather hot April day. They were already making plans to move some critical patients that would overheat – like infants in the neonatal ward – to nearby NYU Hospital. And supposedly it was all our fault. Except it really was not our fault.
But how to prove it?
Read Confessions of a Female Safety Engineer to find out how my detective work saved us – and the hospital – from a world of pain.