Missouri storage site jeopardizes IRS employee safety.

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The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) needs to improve safety measures at an underground file storage site in Missouri, according to a report by the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration. The site has been the subject of complaints by IRS employees and their union, with concerns including falling rocks, broken ladders, and unacceptable air quality. In response to the complaints, the IRS temporarily closed the site. The report recommends reducing unnecessary storage of tax documents, shipping forms to another facility, and installing a catwalk to improve employee safety. The IRS has agreed to implement the report’s recommendations.

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