A robot attack and safety concerns raise questions about worker well-being at Tesla's Texas factory.
Musk calls reports "inaccurate," claiming the robot was a common industrial type and the worker misjudged its status.
Infrequent OSHA inspections at Giga Texas compared to Fremont factory despite higher injury rates, raising concerns about safety protocols.
CDC warns of potential robot-related fatalities as automation increases, highlighting challenges of collaborative robots and exoskeletons.
Tesla strives for affordable electric car production at Giga Texas, but must prioritize worker safety with stricter measures and more frequent inspections.