My question involves an injury that occurred in the state of: Michigan
I work (worked) in a steel mill, we are required to wear PPE because of the risk of molten metal splashing and getting burned. The only areas exposed was burned which were my neck about the size of a nickel and one wrist smaller than a penny, both are minor burns. Original discipline giving by supervisor was 10 days off without pay which was grieved, after first step meeting with labor relations on fifth day got certified letter confirming a discharge. Union, supervisor, also myself was shocked by the decision, during second step meeting labor relations person said "I can't let me back because your a liability to the company now." Since my incident they have had six different incidents, all non-injuries but six included stopping production and damaging equipment. I believe any accident makes anyone an liability, if we all lived by that theory. This has too be some form of discrimination, just want to make money again....Please help!