A health and wellness company that makes omega-3 products for human and animal consumption was cited with 25 safety and health violations following the death of a worker who became caught in a rotating screw conveyer at the company’s Mississippi processing plant. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the workplace fatality triggered an inspection of Houston, Texas-based Omega Protein Inc.’s plant in Moss Point, Miss. Inspectors found 21 serious violations of safety and health regulations at the plant, in addition to four “other- than-serious” violations. OSHA deems a violation serious when it poses a substantial risk of ... Read More
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