Posts Tagged ‘California Occupational Safety and Health Administration’

Amputation from Machine Brings Safety Fines

Crenshaw Manufacturing Inc. in Huntington Beach, CA, is facing $142,715 in penalties after a worker had three fingers amputated while
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Explosives Maker Fined after Blast

Explosives manufacturer Pacific Scientific Energetic Materials Company is facing $293,235 in fines for multiple safety violations after an explosion in
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CA Fines County for Pipeline Blast

Fresno County is facing a fine of more than $100,000 for its role in the April 17 gas line explosion
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Tesla to Contest Safety Fines

Tesla Motors is facing $89,000 in fines for seven safety violations, six considered serious, related to a workplace incident that
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Tesla Factory Spill Injuries 3

Three Tesla Motors employees suffered injuries Wednesday after an aluminum casting press failed at its San Francisco Bay Area factory,
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CSB: Chevron Knew of Pipe Corrosion

Chevron Corp. knew for years of a problem with a corroded pipe that caused the massive fire last year at
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Safety Tests Get Environmental OK

Sometimes there are better ways to conduct safety tests and officials at the University of California at San Diego feel
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