After an investigation by the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) slammed an Amazon warehouse in New Jersey with $7,000 in proposed fines and an 11-page citation, the company has opted to fight back and contest its alleged safety violations. “We take safety very seriously,” Amazon spokesman Aaron Toso said. “We do not agree with the findings and will be contesting the citation.” According to NJ.com, OSHA began investigating the Robbinsville, N.J., Amazon fulfillment warehouse on July 1 after it received a complaint regarding its recordkeeping practices. The agency’s investigation uncovered the online retail giant had not reported 26 different ... Read More
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