Methylene Chloride Workplace Hazards Result in Costly Proposed OSHA Penalties for Manufacturer

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recently announced that a manufacturer in New Jersey was facing nearly $130k in proposed penalties for workplace hazards. The agency issued ten serious and one other-than-serious safety and health citations to the company. – – The OSHA citations related to methylene chloride hazards, including allowing workers to be overexposed to the solvent, and failing to provide personal protective equipment (PPE), eye wash stations, and medical s…

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Methylene Chloride Workplace Hazards Result in Costly Proposed OSHA Penalties for Manufacturer