OSHA fines company in deadly pipeline explosion
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has fined a Canadian construction firm $7,000 and said violations that resulted in the deaths of two employees were "serious." The agency levied two fines -$3,500 each - against Nick Thomas Inc.
Join the discussion below, or Read more at Amarillo.com.
#1 Aug 30, 2011
OSHA training can protect companies from citations like this. The OSHA training requirements (available at http://www.oshatrainingservices.com/oshatrain... ) protect the workers from hazards.
Add your comments below
|Man dies in Phillipsburg area industrial accident||Aug 10||Safety Board||2|
|Louise Blanyar Lawrence Buchman Edward Yachera ...||Jul 31||Operator NumberTwo||2|
|OSHA Fines Don Kennedy and Sons (Jul '12)||Jul 31||Operator NumberTwo||3|
|High temps, no water, no breaks for workers in ...||May '17||AZPat||1|
|NY companies that face fines still reap subsidies||Mar '17||TOUGHFEM||3|
|Nissan faces safety fine in Mississippi as unio...||Mar '17||Mikey||7|
Find what you want!
Search OSHA Forum Now
Copyright © 2017 Topix LLC