Company faces $89,000 in fines after worker gets struck by forklift
#1 Jan 22, 2013
WHY do these people get a big fine?Same thing happened more than once at I.P. They just fire the employees for safety violations.The end.No fines.LOL
#3 Jan 23, 2013
#4 Jan 24, 2013
The should pay more than fine...they should pay a FINE AND DANDY!!!!!
#5 Feb 10, 2013
The fines don't penalize the company, in the end it only costs customers and if the company cant pay the fines they lay off or go out of business. When is the employee making the mistake held responsible? Only by being fired! That is why its cheaper to move your business to China and send the finished product back to the U.S.
#7 Feb 10, 2013
If my info is correct, in this case the company refused to call a professional forklift maintenance repairman to do necessary repairs---and forced the employees to use
faulty equipment. So why should the employee be fired??
perhaps because his unemplyment ran out and he was forced to work for such an irresponsible company??
#9 Feb 10, 2013
welcome to communist china, where the gubernut is in a joint venture with the day-2-operations of every state owned factory...nevermind any hired help having anything to do with the going on's...kim in toledo is dah "BOSS".....Baby!
#10 Feb 10, 2013
they nrrd to change the name on the door now to.."kim palin plastics"......Baby!
“Great jobs have to be safe jobs,” said Kimberly Nelson, 48, a native of Adrian, Mich., and 1981 graduate of the former DeVilbiss High School in Toledo who took over this week as area director of OSHA’s 18-person Toledo office.
OSHA sets $66,000 fine for Precision Steel Services Inc. of 31 E. Sylvania Ave. The company also was cited for a "repeat" violation -- failing to remove from service a forklift that was in need of repair.
David Kelley, president of Precision Steel Services, said the company is contesting the proposed fine and citations, and already has scheduled an informal conference with OSHA officials to do so before an independent OSHA review commission. "We certainly do intend to contest this," Mr. Kelley said. "It's important to note that [the $66,330] is just a proposed penalty."
One citation, for which the company was levied a proposed fine of $13,800, was for a forklift whose horn was inoperative, he said. "To me, that's overkill," Mr. Kelley said.
Dlubak Glass Co. is facing proposed fines in the amount of $126,700 for deliberate and recurrent Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) violations. The citation, issued for the Upper Sandusky, Ohio plant.
OSHA has cited Fry's Roofing and Construction LLC for four willful safety citations for failing to provide fall protection and ensure workers operating nail guns wore safety glasses at two separate job sites in Findlay and Toledo, Ohio. Proposed fines total $48,400.
#11 Feb 11, 2013
Osha sent them a warning last week for having no toilet paper
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