For the third time since the summer of 2015, a worker employed by a Chicago metal and plastic container manufacturer has suffered an amputation injury on the job. In each incident, federal safety investigators found that the injury could have been prevented had the company complied with federal safety standards. On Dec. 27, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) cited BWay Corp. for repeat and serious safety violations following its investigation of the most recent amputation to occur at the factory. Based in Atlanta, BWay specializes in the production of metal and plastic containers for product packaging and has ... Read More
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