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WORLD CUP 2014: ANOTHER DEATH ON A CONSTRUCTION SITE!

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Work on the installation of two stands at the Sao Paulo stadium, slated to host the opening match of the 2014 World Cup on June 12, has been halted by the Brazilian Ministry of Labor. This decision follows the tragic death of a worker last Monday due to a fall.

The Regional Labor Directorate officials mandated the suspension of stand installation until the responsible company implements protective measures such as safety nets for workers at elevated positions. These temporary stands, accommodating 20,000 seats, are central to the stadium’s preparations.

Fast Engenharia, the company overseeing this aspect of the project, stated on its website that it would conduct a technical evaluation of the ministry’s directive on Tuesday before determining its impact on the work schedule.

The company affirmed that the worker involved in the accident was equipped with all mandated safety gear at the time.

This stadium had previously witnessed a crane accident resulting in the deaths of two workers in November, leading to work disruptions and project delays.

Despite challenges, project managers assert the stadium will be handed over to FIFA by April 15, 2014, albeit incomplete. They remain confident that the venue will be ready to host the inaugural match between Brazil and Croatia.

Tags: Brazil, 2014 World Cup, football, construction, safety, Sao Paulo stadium

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