OSHA Compliance

Osha Fines Kansas Company For Lincoln Fatality

The U.S Department of OSHA has proposed fines to Diamond Savings & Coring LLC Kan a $13,300 for alleged violations in connection with the death of man injured. OSHA said that the company failed to train the employees & altered equipment in an unsafe way.

OSHA fined the company after an investigation into death of one of the men who fell into hanger roof while repairing it. The investigation revealed out 2 alleged serious violations for the OSHA Act.

In an official statement the OSHA officials said that employers cant allow workers to be exposed to fall hazards. These serious violations were due to the lack of employee training and employers altering of equipments to lift personal.

It was a very unstable working condition wherein the loader flipped over and all the workers fell were given serious medical attention. If modifications are made to a piece of machinery, they have to be analyzed, reviewed, approved, by the manufacturer of enginer. OSHA said that such issues are likely to be given a serious physical harm which would result in a hazard that employer should know about.

The company Diamond Sewing & Coring has about 15 business days from the receipt of citations to The company Diamond Sewing & Coring has about 15 business days from the receipt of citations to request an informal request to find the independent findings for the fine cited by OSHA Commission.

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