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One of the biggest reasons for IMOCO's success is the consistent flow of young talent into our company. With Project Manager Chelsie Hill, not only do we enjoy a wide expanse of engineering education, but her transition from school to real world applications has been so seamless that it's as if she's been with us for years.
Tyson Foods faces $263K in fines after report of amputation also exposes chemical, fall and fire hazards at Texas plant
An employee of Tyson Foods Inc. in Center, Texas, suffered an amputation when his finger became stuck in an unguarded conveyor belt.
In the past 50+ years, IMOCO has gone from a startup in a small metal building in Hendersonville to providing industrial and mechanical contracting all over the southeastern US. Thanks to the dedication and know-how of project managers like Kevin Sawyer, we continue to develop new long-term relationships throughout our home region and beyond.
New Jersey contractors face more than $291,000 in fines after exposing employees to falls in two separate incidents
Inspections of four worksites found that this construction company did not provide fall protection for its workers, exposing them to imminent danger. OSHA also issued repeated citations involving failure to provide personal protective equipment, improper use of portable ladders at the worksites, and failure to conduct frequent and regular worksite inspections.