Cal/OSHA says the mental hospital failed to restrict the movements of violent patients. A psychiatric technician was killed in October, allegedly by a patient.
California workplace safety officials have issued $100,000 in fines against Napa State Hospital in connection with the October slaying of a psychiatric technician, contending that the facility neglected to restrict the movements of violent patients — including the man charged in the strangling.
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