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How Can an Electrical Injury Affect Me?

The Coldwater, Ohio-based Tastemorr rice cake manufacturing plant was hit with seven violations of Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) code due to incidents occurring within the last few months. OSHA investigated when it was notified of an employee who suffered an electrical injury while maintaining equipment, causing the employee to miss two days of work. Another worker lost a part of a finger in an unrelated accident.

OSHA dictates that employees should be protected from dangerous equipment. Otherwise, they are at risk of serious injury or death. Tastemorr’s owner, Basic Grain Products, was charged with failing to implement electrical safety-related work practices. No protective equipment was issued, no training was offered and there was not enough room to service the electrical equipment. The company received five serious safety citations and two repeat citations.

My Workplace is Ignoring My Complaints about Inadequate Safety Measures. Can Larrimer & Larrimer Help?

Companies who fail to provide protection for workers in dangerous situations deserve to be punished when a worker suffers due to the company’s negligence. Our law firm has spent the last 80 years championing for workers compensation in the event of injuries like this. If you have been injured on the job and your employer is responsible for it, then we want to hear from you. Learn more by checking out our Facebook page.

Larrimer & Larrimer, LLC—Columbus Workers Comp Attorneys

Source: http://wdtn.com/2014/12/18/coldwater-company-cited-for-safety-violations/

Did You Know? According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, overall fatal occupational injuries are down nearly 25 percent over the past decade.

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