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WICHITA, KS – OSHA cited Formation Plastics Inc. in Quinter, KS with one serious and three willful safety and health violations. An inspection was initiated after a worker was fatally crushed between a press mold and the machine’s outer structure … Continue reading

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Federal OSHA issued three Mueller Industries Inc. subsidiaries in Fulton Mississippi 128 citations for allegedly exposing workers to safety and health hazards. The privately-held corporation headquartered in Memphis, Tenn., owns and operates 20 facilities located in eight states and two foreign countries. … Continue reading

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Endres Processing LLC, headquartered in Rosemount, MN., and its subsidiary, Endres Processing Ohio LLC, have been cited by OSHA with safety and health violations that include exposing workers to combustible dust hazards. The firm manufactures an animal feed supplement from … Continue reading

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Combustible dust, electrical and health hazards cited during inspection Federal OSHA is proposing $166,950 in penalties against M&B Metal Products Co. and its subcontractor, Oak Mountain Construction Co. An OSHA inspection conducted after a roof collapse at the M&B Metal … Continue reading

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Outbreak is causing massive recall Ergon Energy (Australia) workers started suffering from multiple symptoms while wearing potentially toxic uniforms that were provided to wear in the workforce. Blisters and vomiting were some of the reactions while others were going numb … Continue reading

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Designed so OSHA can cite on a per-employee basis OSHA is proposing to amend its regulations to add language to explicitly state that noncompliance with the personal protective equipment (PPE) and training requirements in its safety and health standards will … Continue reading

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