The Nevada Occupational Safety and Health Administration is back at a Cirque du Soleil theater for the second time this year, investigating Sunday’s crash at “The Beatles Love” at the Mirage. Nevada OSHA spokesperson Teri williams confirmed on Tuesday that the security agency has opened an investigation into the incident in which a circus performer fell during the show’s closing issue.
According to reports, the artist, whose name has not been released, fell about 6 meters on the stage and suffered injuries to his arm and back, as well as internal injuries. He was treated on site, hospitalized and is expected to return to the salon.
The agency also looked into the crash on “O” in Bellagio on Jan. 5, when a performer fell from the show’s Russian swing device, finding no violations. The company was not called in to investigate the ‘RUN’ crash in Luxor, when a motorcycle performer was injured during the show’s preview opening and was treated on site.
Williams said Circus reported the incident to OSHA, as required any time a company member is hospitalized after being injured on the job. In such cases, the agency designates a Certified Health and Safety Officer (CSHO) to begin an investigation into the event.
The process is extensive. The official visits the work site to review injury and illness records, read training records, assess the employer’s written safety and health plan, examine the work area where the incident took place, collect photos and videos of the incident; and conduct interviews with company employees and security officials.
Under Nevada law, the process must be completed within six months, but there is no set timeframe before this six-month requirement. After collecting their information, OSHA will notify Circus that there is no penalty or issue the appropriate citation to address the violations in adult chat.
During this time, “Love” continues to operate on its normal schedule, twice a day at 7:30 and 9:30 pm (Dark Sundays and Mondays). The show is due to mark its 14th anniversary at the Mirage in June.
Resentful hearts Cosmo
Add the blue Cosmopolitan ribbon and the Dierks Bentley show at the resort with the Raiders coach Jon Gruden recent Vegas hangouts. Gruden and his wife, Cindy, dined at the Sushi Bar and Grill on Valentine’s Day, then took part in the Bentley Show at the Chelsea.
Primus in Rush Mode
Rush fans know that Primus at the head of many rock groups inspired by the legendary Canadian power trio. It is therefore fitting that Primus pays tribute to Rush with the US tour “A Tribute to Kings”, which stops at the Pearl Theater at the Palms on July 19.
The band performed the 1977 album “A Farewell to Kings” back and forth, with their own originals.
We can debate whether “A Farewell to Kings” would be the album to feature in such a tribute when, say “2112”, “Permanent Waves” and “Moving Pictures” are available. But this is the type of debate that Rush enthusiasts enjoy.
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