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Tyler Thomas

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Transcript of SeaWorld/OSHA

Short Term: Regulate trainer/whale physical contact with & require regulatory agency observation

Long Term: Implement shows that don't focus on physical contact between trainers/whales

Personnel/ Stakeholders: SeaWorld must hire organization or new personnel to regulate shows and trainer/ whale interaction
Organization Ethic

Principle of Harm
- OSHA's relationship with trainers and consumers = strengthened

- OSHA's relationship with SeaWorld = weakened
OSHA's Mission Statement:

To assure safe and healthful workplaces by setting and enforcing standards, and by providing training, outreach, education and assistance.
- Right to life

-Right to Safety
-employees and consumers

Rights/ Duties
Employees Rights: Right to Safety & Right to Information
OSHA - Injury/Death of trainers can be prevented
SeaWorld Employees - Better safety
- (OSHA) - Occupational Safety & Health Administration
- Seaworld (Owners & employees)
- Consumers

- Media
Should the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) allow SeaWorld trainers to have physical contact with the Orca Whales?
- Tillikum has recently killed a trainer

- Seaworld knew of Tillikum's previous violent behavior

- Seaworld still allowed whales in parks and trainers in the water

SeaWorld - consumers loose interest in shows; consequantly loose revenue
Consumers - Less entertaing shows
SeaWorld's Duties: Duty to Inform employees of whale's history of violence
Consumers Rights: Right to Information

Capital: Cost SeaWorld money for new shows, new regulatory retrictions, and possible loss in sales
Social Regulations:
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