Friday, October 30, 2009

Case Study on All-Feed Processing and Packaging

Let's do a case study on All-Feed Processing and Packaging Inc as it relates to new growing and changing OSHA standards

Galva Illinois Production Plant

First focus - "if it can happen to me it can / will happen to you" which of the regulations are common to us all.

Second focus - what is the chance for compliance and what would TOTAL compliance look like.

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Resources

OSHA News Release-$500,000 in fines against All-Feed
All-Feed OSHA Citations

Note:

For the record, the Citations posted are from an inspection that started on 07/2008 and ended 01/2009. They have since re-inspected All-Feed again which is referenced in "OSHA News Release-$500,000 in fines against All-Feed " the results of which have not been posted on the OSHA website (this inspection ended on 10/02/2009).

Both inspections lasted just shy of 6 months.

 

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