Protect workers while successfully responding to MOL inquiries
Company pleads guilt to failing to ensure a guarding device was in place on the machine.
Rising from $500,000 to $1.5 million for corporations, $25,000 to $100,000 for an individual or unincorporated business.
Failed as an employer to acquaint the worker with the hazards related to trapped hydrogen.
Three people were killed Apr. 3 when the van-sized boiler blew up at Loy-Lange Box Co. in St. Louis.
Investigators were trying to pinpoint what caused the 1.5-ton cast iron boiler to blow up.
Canister explosion at Digital Specialty Chemicals inflicts second-degree burns.
Inspectors will targets slips, trips and falls.
MOL inspectors will look at OHSA compliance from Sept. 15 to Oct. 26.
Worker suffered burns to the abdomen and legs from a bla1st of steam and hot water.
Employer found guilty of failing to prevent the movement of a conveyor that toppled during dismantling.
Federal fines include two dozen violations at Canton, Ohio manufacturing plant.
Mishap occurred while loading steel beams on a truck.
Incidents involved burns from a molten steel and a fireball, a fall and a falling cart.