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OSHA fines Caldwell’s Superior Steel in forklift death (access required)

OSHA has proposed fining Superior Steel Products in Caldwell $38,780 for violations stemming from the Aug. 4 death of an employee in a forklift accident. U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration found Superior Steel “did not protect employees from numerous hazards related to the use of forklifts, including training, modifications and operation,” OSHA ...

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