Ohio Tool Manufacturer Faces $213K in OSHA Penalties for Amputation Hazards

Federal reserve officials have due $213,411 in penalties opposite an Ohio manufacturer for amputation hazards during a company’s workplace.

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) cited ArtiFlex Manufacturing for exposing workers during a Wooster plcae to amputation hazards after an worker suffered a prejudiced finger amputation.

OSHA investigators dynamic that a apparatus and production servicer unsuccessful to sufficient ensure splash points on a circuit belt. OSHA cited a association for identical violations during a same plcae in 2016 and has placed ArtiFlex Manufacturing in a Severe Violator Enforcement Program.

Artiflex Manufacturing has 15 business days from receipt of a citations and penalties to comply, ask an spontaneous discussion with OSHA’s area director, or competition a commentary before a eccentric Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission.

Source: OSHA