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May 28 (Bloomberg) -- Billy Anderson, the father of one of 11 rig workers presumed dead after an April 20 explosion and fire sank the Deepwater Horizon, talks about how his son "expressed concern" that changes to procedures were compromising safety on the drilling rig. Jason Anderson, 35, an employee of vessel owner Transocean Ltd., told relatives in February and March that BP Plc was urging him to accelerate work on the Macondo well off the Louisiana coast, said his father. In a statement, Transocean said its workers have the right to stop work any time they perceive an unsafe situation. BP spokesman Jon Pack said safety is BP's No. 1 priority and would not comment on matters under investigation. (Source: Bloomberg)

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