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The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has fined a Utah company $304,556 in connection with the deaths of two coal workers in Colorado in June.
The agency said Monday that inspectors determined Utah-based Savage Services Corp., a provider of industry infrastructure and supply chain services, failed to follow national safety standards and did not properly train workers on safety protocols.
The two workers were fatally buried beneath a pile of shifting coal at an industrial loading facility in Pueblo, Colorado. They had climbed onto the pile to determine if the feeder below was receiving the coal, according to OSHA.
The agency cited Savage for one serious violation and two willful violations.
The company has 15 days to contest the findings.