Workers can be extremely careful about keeping their hands away from machine controls, but overlook the possibility that a shirt pocket or other piece of clothing can snag onto those controls, with disastrous consequences. A 63-year-old shift supervisor at a food processing plant in Oregon died in February 2006 while operating a tote (box) dumping […]
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