OSHA Compliance

Pizza Shell Company faces hefty OSHA fine

Pizza Shell Company faces hefty OSHA fine
A Rochester company has recently been caught by OSHA for certain violation and may be looking at a very hefty fine. Bona Via Inc. was recently cited by OSHA for failing to follow the safety standards and correct the safety hazards prevalent at its main plant on White Street.

The company is currently facing a total fine of $195,200. This sizable fine basically reflects the fact the company’s employer was given many chances to correct the various health and safety hazards that were having a negative effect on the workers – but failed to do anything about it.

The company was fist cited by OSHA in 2009 for a number of hazards, and the company had agreed at that time to correct the hazards. However, after a follow up inspection was conducted in 2010, OSHA found that many of the hazards remained uncorrected.

Some of the hazards include: failing to install and maintain all the electrical equipment, failing to replace pressure relief devices in the oil separator for the ammonia refrigeration compressor, failing to ensure that the flour silo was clean from flour dust, failing to write an emergency action program, and dialing to evaluate workers so as to ensure that they are all qualified to operate powered industrial trucks safely.

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