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$45,000 In Fines Proposed Against Norfolk Food Plant Operator

Posted: 04 March, 2013

NORFOLK (AP) - Federal regulators have proposed $45,000 in fines against the operator of a food plant in Norfolk where two workers were burned. The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration says Henningsen Foods Inc. had seven safety violations, including one repeat, during an inspection after the accident in October 2012.  Norfolk Fire Capt. Lyle Lutt had said the workers suffered second-degree burns on their faces, heads and arms. Henningsen is based in Omaha. Company vice president of technical sales Darrell Kahler says Henningsen wouldn’t comment about the OSHA action. He did say, however, that the two employees have returned to work.



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