by , on December 19, 2012
Pandrol USA LP of Bridgeport, CT, was cited $283.5k by OSHA for safety and health violations including failure to use energy control, or “lockout/tagout” procedures, for mechanical and hydraulic presses; provide machine guarding; and ensure that employees performing maintenance and repairs on machinery are properly trained on energy control procedures.  Additional violations inlcuded noise exposure,...
by , on December 19, 2012
Five Star Custom Foods Ltd and subcontractor, Packers Sanitations Services, Inc, of Fort Worth, TX, have been cited $134k collectively by OSHA for safety & health violations including failing to ensure that equipment related to the process complied with recognized and generally accepted good engineering practices, recommendations in the process hazard analysis were processed, standard...
by , on December 19, 2012
Timken Co. of Canton, OH, was cited $170.5k by OSHA for alleged safety violations, including failing to machine guard ingoing nip points, points of operation and rotating parts; lack of guardrails on elevated platforms; failure to ensure electrical boxes with unused openings were closed; failing to reduce compressed air for cleaning to 30 pounds per square...
by , on December 19, 2012
The F887 – Standard Specifications for Personal Climbing Equipment has been editorially changed and is available as F887-12e1;  developed by Committee F18.15, ASTM BOS Volume 10.03.
by , on December 18, 2012
When sprinklers in the school baseball field came on and sprayed a maintenance worker while working on electrical equipment, the employee of Glendale (AZ) High School suffered electric shock and was taken to the hospital. Get details from Green Valley News and Sun webpage dated 12/5/12.
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