Tesla Says Its Factory Is Safer, but It Left Injuries Off the Books.
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Inside Tesla’s electric car factory, giant red robots—some named for X-Men characters—heave car parts in the air, while workers wearing black toil on aluminum car bodies. Forklifts and tuggers zip by on gray-painted floors, differentiated from pedestrian walkways by another shade of gray.
There’s one color, though, that some of Tesla’s former safety experts wanted to see more of: yellow—the traditional hue of caution used to mark hazards.
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Author: By The Center for Investigative Reporting Alyssa Jeong Perry Will Evans