A Delaware poultry processing company faces nearly $40,000 in fines for safety violations uncovered after a plant worker suffered an accidental finger amputation on a packaging machine. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) said it investigated a Mountaire Farms Inc. poultry processing plant in Selbyville, Del., in June after receiving a report that a worker operating a packaging machine suffered an accidental finger amputation. OSHA authorities inspecting the Mountaire Farms plant found serious violations associated with electrical and process safety management hazards, as well as violations of lockout/tagout rules meant to prevent machines from accidentally starting up. OSHA said ... Read More
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