West Hartford Stairs and Cabinets faces $60,200 in fines after OSHA cited the Connecticut firm for mechanical, chemical and fire hazards. follow an employee amputation. OSHA cited accumulations of combustible dust as a safety hazard.
A Connecticut stair and cabinet manufacturer was cited by OSHA for mechanical, chemical and fire hazards. After employee amputation, West Hartford Stairs and Cabinets faces $60,200 in fines
SawStop inventors notch another wood cutting safety related patent - this one for devices that disable the protective mechanism when the saw blade is not in use - awarded to SD3 LLC's team that includes SawStop co-founders Stephen Gass and David Fulmer.