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September 2016 Archives

Safety violation may have caused crane inspector's fatal fall

A 62-year-old Ohio grandfather of six and father of four tragically died in a workplace accident on a recent Friday. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has launched an investigation that will likely focus on the company's compliance with regulations and will try to determine whether a safety violation contributed to this fatality. The incident apparently occurred on the premises of the Whirlpool plant in Marion County.

OSHA finds worker's acid burns resulted from safety violation

An auto parts manufacturer in Ohio does not agree with the findings of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration after an inspection of the facility. However, the federal inspectors identified multiple safety hazards that could cause severe injuries, and in some cases, fatalities. OSHA cited the company for one willful safety violation and eight serious violations.

Safety violation leads to permanent damage to worker's hand.

A supplier of aluminum die-castings in Ohio has been accused of failing to maintain safe workplace environments at its plants in Conneaut, Wapakoneta and Ravenna. All three of these facilities have received safety violation citations over the past few years, and federal safety investigators recently conducted the fifth investigation at one of this company's facilities since 2013. A worker's hand was crushed in the latest incident.

Safety violation: 2 roof workers' ladder touches power line

Roof workers in Ohio face multiple life-threatening hazards on a daily basis. The heights at which they carry out their work create the most severe dangers. For this reason, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration have strict regulations that must be observed by owners of roofing companies. Even a seemingly insignificant safety violation can lead to life-changing injuries.

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