A piece of lab machinery that killed a Yale University student when it ensnared her hair was missing required safeguards, and the accident exposed problems with the school’s safety policies, federal safety investigators said in a letter to the school, the Huffington Post reports. The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration didn’t fine Yale, saying it lacked jurisdiction because there was no employer-employee relationship…

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