THOMSON, Ga. – Federal authorities have cited a Georgia automotive parts manufacturer with 22 safety and health violations for exposing workers to a multitude of hazards, including the risk of amputation, laceration, and burn injuries. Inspectors with the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) cited HP Pelzer Automotive Systems Inc. and staffing agency Sizemore Inc. for 22 violations of federal safety codes at the HP Pelzer’s Thomson-based manufacturing facility. The violations amount to more than $207,000 in proposed fines. HP Pelzer makes and supplies numerous automotive parts to major car manufacturers and employs about 10,000 workers in nine facilities ... Read More
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