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A Manitoba corporation was
recently fined $52,650 for failing to provide appropriate equipment to
manoeuvre and hold an angle iron in place while workers welded it, failing to
comply with a Stop Work Order to cease and not allow workers to use a Hiab 150
Boom Truck, and failing to notify the Workplace Safety and Health Branch by the
fastest means of communication available of a serious incident where a worker
suffered serious injuries.
The director of the above
corporation was also fined $12,550 for knowingly obstructing a safety and
health officer engaged in the exercise or performance of his or her powers or
duties, by instructing a worker to mislead a safety and health officer engaged
in the exercise of his or her duties.
A second Manitoba employer was
recently fined $42,252 for failing to develop and implement safe work
procedures for the use and/or operation of a Klaisler Rolsplicer truss splicer
in the workplace.
Ensuring workers are trained to
perform their duties safely, including understanding their rights and
responsibilities, is an important part of preventing injuries.
SAFE Work Manitoba offers
information on how
to develop and implement safe work procedures.
Find more information
on workplace safety and health prosecutions.
SAFE Work Manitoba is the public agency dedicated to the prevention of workplace injury and illness.
Working with our partners in the safety community, we provide prevention education, safety programming, consulting and strategic direction to create a genuine culture of safety for all Manitobans.