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U.S. federal workplace safety regulators have cited and proposed $199,996 in penalties against a chain-link fencing manufacturer for multiple safety violations at a New Jersey facility.
The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration cited New York-based Aruvil International Inc. after agency inspectors identified violations such as inadequate lighting, lack of machine guards, failing to inspect and ensure proper use of fall protection and failing to provide effective training on hazardous chemicals in a June 2017 inspection, according to an OSHA statement issued Tuesday.
An investigation in August 2015 found similar violations, according to the agency.
“To protect its workers, the employer should abate these repeatedly identified hazards,” Paula Dixon-Roderick, OSHA’s Marlton, New Jersey area office director, said in the statement.
A company spokesperson could not immediately comment on the citations and proposed fines.
California Occupational Safety and Health Administration said Thursday that it has issued citations to Thermal, California-based Hadley Date Gardens Inc. for serious workplace safety and health violations following a bee swarm that stung and killed a tree worker.