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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.
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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.
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Ohio vehicle parts manufacturer faces $536K in penalties for failing to protect workers from machine hazards
On his first day on the job, a temporary worker at an automotive parts manufacturer in Mansfield, Ohio suffered partial amputation of two fingers. An OSHA inspection found that Milark Industries Inc. failed to install adequate machine safeguards, which led to the worker's amputation, as well as other machine-related injuries.