October 20, 2021

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Manitoba Farm fined after worker suffered ‘serious’ injury – Winnipeg

Manitoba Farm fined after worker suffered 'serious' injury - Winnipeg

Corberry, the Manitoba-based office will have a fork of more than tens of thousands of dollars after working with the province fine. Unsafe working conditions.

Back in April 2018, a worker at Shiloh Farms Ltd. suffered a severe hand injury while preparing potatoes.

Workplace Safety and Health Potatoes travel along the conveyor to the seed-treating drum, and while the employee examines the drum, their hand comes in contact with the conveyor’s exposed chain and sprockets.

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The company misjudged the workplace safety and health risk and imposed a total of 6,32,675 fines on them.

Part of the fine – safety 2,000 – will be used for public education on occupational safety and health.

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At the time of the incident, Shiloh Farms Limited employed about 40 people.

The province used a news release Saturday to remind office managers that all machines require safety measures under the Office Safety and Health Act.

All stop-work orders and penalties can be found by going online Department of Labor Government website.


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