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Electrocution Death in NY Aluminum Factory

Scriba, NY — Peter Clark Jr., 54, of Tully, who died while working at the Novelis Inc. aluminum factory in Oswego County on the morning of May 15th, appears to have been accidentally electrocuted, according to local deputies. He was pronounced dead at the scene after being electrocuted while working as a contractor at the…

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NJ Aluminum Plant Announces Layoffs Following $1.9M OSHA Fine

Delair, NJ – Aluminum Shapes LLC announced layoffs effecting 61 employees this month as a consequence of heavy fines incurred under the newly implemented increased OSHA fee structure. A statement from Aluminum Shapes reads: “The size of OSHA’s fine as it stands today has forced the company to take these extreme measures.” The aluminum parts manufacturer…

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Increased OSHA Fines Hit NJ Aluminum Plant Hard

Delair, NJ – Aluminum Shapes LLC faces proposed federal safety fines of $1.9 million following workplace accidents that hospitalized two employees at its NJ plant. The aluminum parts manufacturer stands accused of 51 safety and health violations, but contends that the new OSHA fee structure “results in higher fine amounts and unfair media attention, even as conditions…

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Crane Accident Leads to $308K in Fines for NJ Aluminum Plant

Camden, NJ – OSHA officials have cited a southern New Jersey aluminum services plant for a proposed $308,000 in fines for dangerous workplace hazards after an employee suffered a broken leg while operating a crane. OSHA opened an investigation on April 15 after the company disclosed that an employee had broken his leg at the…

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