Minnesota OSHA to probe McNeilus after three workers seriously hurt in blast

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) stated that they will inspect McNeilus Truck and Manufacturing after three of their employees were seriously injured in an explosion, to find out if the company has been compromising safety standards, an article of ABC 6 reported on January 11.

OSHA representative James Honerman told reports that they are monitoring the workplace after the incident, as well as the conditions of the workers injured in the blast. They will also investigate whether there are other workers that could have been injured. Reports revealed that the facility had been investigated by OSHA several times since 2008. In the most recent investigation conducted last March, OSHA found out that the company was in need of several serious citations.

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