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November 8, 2017 - Over 370K In Fines For Farmer Cooperative
After Worker Entrapped In Grain Bin
November 8, 2017
Raymond, NE     

The U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has cited a Nebraska grain-handling cooperative for failing to protect workers from grain bin entrapment and engulfment hazards. The company faces $373,911 in proposed penalties.
On May 4, 2017, OSHA responded to reports of a worker partially entrapped in a grain bin. Investigators found the worker had entered the bin to clear clumps of soybeans while the auger was running. As the clumped beans cleared, the grain shifted and knocked the worker off of his feet. The auger drew the cleared beans to the bottom of the bin and engulfed the worker up to his chest. OSHA cited the cooperative for two willful, one repeat, and four serious safety violations of the agency's grain handling standards, and placed the company in OSHA's Severe Violator Enforcement Program.

"It is well known throughout the industry that entering a bin is extremely dangerous, especially while the auger is operating," said OSHA Regional Administrator Kimberly Stille, in Kansas City. "Entering a storage bin should always be avoided - if at all possible."

OSHA previously cited the Dorchester-based Farmers Cooperative for a similar violation at its facility in Talmadge, for failing to properly train employees performing bin entry.



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Man Electrocuted In Nashua Construction Accident
November 2, 2017
Courtesy of New Hampshire Union Leader 
NASHUA - Officials are investigating how a construction worker died Thursday afternoon while on site at Cannongate Condominiums.

Few details were released Thursday about the accident, which took place shortly after noon on Cannongate Road.

Emergency crews were called to the scene for a medical emergency, according to Deputy Chief Glen MacDonald of Nashua Fire Rescue.

"The worker came in contact with power lines, which resulted in fatal injuries," said MacDonald.
The construction worker, whose identity and age were not released by fire officials, was working in a hydraulic lift when the lift came into contact with the electrical wires, said MacDonald.

It was not immediately clear whether the victim was operating the lift or if someone else may have been operating the machine from the ground.

The victim was already deceased when fire crews arrived, according to MacDonald.

"The power lines were still energized so we had to wait for Eversource to kill the power," he explained.

MacDonald did not know what construction firm the victim worked for. He also did not know what type of project was ongoing at the time of the accident.

When asked whether the hydraulic lift could have malfunctioned, MacDonald said that is part of the investigation.

Assisting with the investigation is the Nashua Fire Marshal, the State Fire Marshal, Nashua police and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.

"OSHA is inspecting a fatality that happened in Nashua, N.H., today," confirmed James Lally of the U.S. Department of Labor in Boston, Mass.

Lally declined to elaborate on the investigation, saying OSHA does not normally comment on open inspections.

"OSHA has six months to complete an inspection," he said. 
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