OSHA Fine For Lack of Proper Eyewash Equipment

February 8, 2014

A mining company was fined by OSHA totaling $5,776. In their inspection, they found that employees were exposed to fire hazards and risk of eye injuries.

“The second violation designated as serious states that employees were at risk of eye injuries while handling corrosive chemicals, such as hydrated lime, copper sulfate and sodium hydroxide, without access to a suitable eyewash facility in the immediate area.

This violation brought with it a fine of $1,951.”

To read the full article on Star Mine Operations OSHA citations, click here.

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