Posts Tagged ‘fines’

OSHA cites Marshall Durbin following fatal accident

by For the MBJ Published: June 13,2011

Tags: agriculture, citations, federal government, fines, manufacturing, poultry, workplace safety

HATTIESBURG — The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited Marshall Durbin Cos. in Hattiesburg for 12 safety and health violations following the December 2010 death of a worker who was struck by a tractor trailer while filling potholes near the plant entrance. The fatality investigation led to a comprehensive inspection of the plant in […] [...]

Toyota faces largest-ever fine

by Associated Press Published: April 19,2010

Tags: automaker, automobile industry, fines, produce recall, product safety, Toyota

WASHINGTON — Toyota Motor Corp. is expected to agree to a fine of more than $16 million for failing to promptly report to the government problems with sticking gas pedals on its vehicles, a Transportation Department official said. Toyota faces a deadline today to accept or contest the $16.4 million fine, the largest ever assessed […] [...]

FAA completing American Airlines probe

by Associated Press Published: February 10,2010

Tags: air travel, airlines, FAA, fines, hospitality, travel

WASHINGTON — The Federal Aviation Administration is close to wrapping up a two-year investigation of safety violations at American Airlines that could result in one of the largest fines in the agency’s history, according to government and industry officials familiar with the investigation. Separately, the Transportation Department’s inspector general is due to release an audit […] [...]

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