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N.J. Auto Parts Seller Fined $1.2M for 33 Violations

CAMDEN, NJ – OSHA initiated an investigation of the auto parts shop after a vehicle lift crushed a worker’s hand in Camden, New Jersey. Following the investigation, the NJ auto parts seller faces $1.26 million in fines for thirty-three workplace safety and health violations. The company sells wholesale and retail parts salvaged from used vehicles…

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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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