OSHA Compliance

Osha Fines $50,575 To Sinton Dairy

Sinton Diary Foods Company faces $50,575 fines after facing federal worker safety regulations for serious violations of health and safety which are related to anhydrous refrigeration system.

The OSHA cited Colorado Spring based Sinton for failing to allow an established maintenance program for the system. The company also was cited the violations which involved electrical hazards involving procedures and mechanical integrity for the system.

OSHA said in an informal request that the willful citations were exhibited due to indifference for disregard of employee safety and health. This violations lead to death of serious harm which is likely to result in a hazard about which employer should have known of.

The employer failed to get the basic safety and health protections which are well known in the industry with facilities which use dangerous quantities of chemicals required to protect against diseases for catastrophic events.

This company has 15 days to receipt an informal conference with OSHA to seek a conference for fully taking up of actions to ensure with OSHA compliance.

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