e-Hazard Blog

by , on December 17, 2013
On November 18, 2013 an electrician foreman with 14 years of mining experience was electrocuted at the stone mine where he was working as a contract employee. The 33 year old contract worker was on the job for Pine Bluff Sand & Gravel Company at the Cumberland River Quarry.  He was working in a 490-volt...
by , on December 16, 2013
December 2013 2013 is almost in the history books and the New Year is right around the corner. This is the last issue of ArcNews for 2013 and we already have new things in store for next year. Make sure you see the article on changing fuses in a bus plug and don’t miss the...
by , on December 16, 2013
Articles are published everyday about OSHA investigations and citation issuance due to lack of compliance with basic electrical safety measures. Employers often don’t want to take simple, common sense steps to ensure the well being of their workforce due to added budgetary expense or additional time spent on training. Maintaining workforce safety doesn’t have to...
by , on December 13, 2013
An explosion at the Black Mag LLC plant in New Hampshire caused the death of two employees during the manufacturing of gunpowder. The owner of the business, Craig Sanborn, has been sentenced to five to ten years in prison for failing to implement basic safety measures for his workers. He was convicted of two counts...
by , on December 12, 2013
Talar Gurunian, a patron at Old Towne Pub, has file suit against the establishment and the City of Pasadena for an explosion occurring on January 20, 2013. The defendants in the suit are both the city and Old Towne Pub LLC. Gurunian alleges to have been “standing in line in an alley with her friends...
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