Federal authorities are investigating an Idaho beet sugar company for safety issues after an employee was severely burned by hot sugar syrup on the job last week. According to the Twin Falls Times-News, the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is currently awaiting the findings of an internal investigation of the accident, which occurred inside the Amalgamated Sugar Company plant Monday, Sept. 26. Emergency workers responded to a call from the Amalgamated Sugar plant about 2:45 p.m. There they treated a 28-year-old woman with “severe burns” she received after spilling a sample container of hot syrup. The Twin Falls ... Read More
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