by , on August 12, 2013
Guam Industrial Services Inc.(Guam Shipyard) in Santa Rita,Guam, has been cited with 61 alleged health and safety violations. The company faces a total of $293,450 in proposed fines following an inspection conducted by OSHA’s Honolulu Area Office between January and February under the agency’s Local Emphasis Program for Shipyards. The alleged violations include 46 serious,...
by , on August 7, 2013
IVEX Protective Packaging Inc. has been cited by OSHA with 21 safety violations carrying fines of $128,700. OSHA’s January inspection followed an explosion that resulted in the injury of three workers and significant property damage at the Sidney, Ohio polyethylene foam product manufacturing facility. The explosion occurred when isobutane gas entered exhaust ductwork associated with...
by , on August 6, 2013
Analysis of the Americas Oil and Gas Personal Protective Equipment … Sacramento Bee This research service provides a detailed analysis of the PPE market in the Americas oil and gas industry. The study period is 2009 to 2017 and covers 7 product markets: above the neck protection, respiratory protection, protective gloves, protective clothing, protective footwear,...
by , on August 6, 2013
Two workers were admitted to a specialist burns unit after cutting through an 11,000 volt cable at Northwich Memorial Hall after a severe electric shock incident. The two men were subcontractors with Wates Construction, working to erect site hoarding fence posts. One of the men struck and severed the power line while hand digging. According...
by , on August 6, 2013
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