21/2/2020 · Understanding OSHA's regulations and having proper employee training is essential in avoiding hazardous situations, such as this conveyor belt death. The agency, which has jurisdiction over 7 million work sites across the U.S., prioritizes inspections at places that present "imminent danger situations" or where "severe injuries and illnesses," including work-related fatalities, have
25/2/2008 · OSHA has inspected the Finkl forging plant 19 times since 1972 with 12 of those inspections resulting in citations for safety violations. The company has had two fatalities during that time. Additionally, an employee was injured in 2003 after jumping from the …
28/12/2000 · OSHA levied heavy fines in this incident and, of course, the lawsuits continue. Other safety issues One area of safety that is routinely compromised at portable asphalt plants is the conflict between truck traffic and the needs of the loader operator to access his stockpiles.
23/7/2019 · Federal OSHA has released information on 34 significant workplace safety fines (over $100,000) issued from April to June 2019 and totaling $10.4 million. that's more than double the amount issued in the first three months of the year. Fines in Q2 range from $104,192 for a Florida Dollar Tree store to $1.79 million for a Maine roofing company.
24/4/2019 · Billings, MT – The U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has cited Nelcon Inc. – a highway contractor based in Kalispell, Montana – for exposing workers to burns and falls at a mobile asphalt-mixing plant in Laurel, Montana. The company faces $261,418 in penalties for 23 serious violations. Three workers suffered burns […]
20/4/2010 · After all the pieces are set into place, welders will attach them. That part of the project is expected to get under way this summer. The witness said all contract workers, himself included, were
31/3/2015 · One death: Incident summary: An employee was making security rounds at the plant. A railing broke and he tripped and fell atop a separator cover. He was pronounced dead at a hospital, OSHA said. Oct. 28, 2003 – Lion Oil Company, El Dorado, AR One death
The owner of an asphalt company who doctored the scene of his employee's fatal accident will pay $20,000 in fines and restitution to the victim's widow, but avoid a …
18/4/2017 · Employer faces $117K in fines CINCINNATI, Ohio - The life of a 53-year-old roofer who died after dropping 40 feet to the ground could have been saved if his employer had provided proper fall protection, the OSHA has found.
The owner of a Corvallis asphalt plant won't be going to prison, but he and his company must pay $20,000 in fines and restitution after an employee was killed in an accident at the plant two years
05/21/2009 - Region 1 OSHA News Release - U.S. Labor Department's OSHA proposes more than $113,000 in fines against West Hartford, Conn., contractor after employee falls 24 feet from roof 05/21/2009 - Region 3 OSHA News Release - U.S. Labor Department's OSHA cites Sulzer Metco Coating with 23 violations and fines after a worker fatality
13/5/2019 · OSHA has cited a Montana highway contractor for 26 serious and two other violations and proposed fines totaling $225,425 in connection with an accident during which three employee…
28/3/2019 · $89,000 in Fines Following 2018 Death at Asphalt Co. North Platte, NE – OSHA issued fines this week to Western Engineering Company Inc for violations found following an employee death. In 2018, a Western Engineering employee suffered fatal injuries after being pulled into an unguarded slat/drag conveyor at the company's Nebraska asphalt plant.
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5/11/2019 · OSHA has cited Kerry Inc. for failing to provide fall protection to employees working in the company's facility in Greenville, Missouri. The food flavoring company faces $223,525 in penalties for one willful and eight serious safety violations. An employee fatally fell while trying to extinguish a fire at the plant.
2/4/2019 · out was ranked #5 in most cited OSHA violations, was also the fifth most common source of 'serious' violations, and ranked #2 among 'willful' violations issued. The top 5 most cited violations reported for 2018 were: 1) Fall Protection, 2) Hazard Communication, 3) Scaffolding, 4) Respiratory Protection, and 5) Lockout/Tagout.
21/11/2002 · OSHA has cited Rouse Polymerics International, Inc. for safety hazards that led to a fatal explosion at the company's Vicksburg, Miss. plant. Fines totaling $210,600 were proposed in connection with the citations. OSHA's inspection of the rubber fabricating plant was triggered by a May 16 explosion, which injured 11 workers, five of whom later
6/9/2011 · 08/02/2016 - Region 8 OSHA News Release - OSHA fines Lamoure grain company $104K for violations after worker caught in sweep auger, injured 08/02/2016 - Region 8 OSHA Regional News Brief - Roofing company did not provide adequate fall protection to worker who died after 33-foot fall at Watertown Community Center project