OSHA investigating at R.H. Sheppard Co.

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The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is investigating an incident Monday morning at R.H. Sheppard Co.

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Jennifer from the Block

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#121
May 27, 2011
 
Desi wrote:
Actually, an employee or contractor can file a complaint anonymously.


That is true, but most times that information gets leaked out.
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#122
May 28, 2011
 
Anyone hear how this Gentleman is doing?
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#123
May 28, 2011
 
Losing an arm on the job is not worth any amount of money.

He will be compensated, but I'd rather have my arm back.
The Judge

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#124
May 28, 2011
 
A Lawyer wrote:
Anyone hear how this Gentleman is doing?
Oh no......not an ambulance chaser !
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#125
May 28, 2011
 
The Judge wrote:
<quoted text>Oh no......not an ambulance chaser !
I promise I wont charge an arm n a leg to represent him.
ut oh

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#126
May 28, 2011
 
A Lawyer wrote:
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I promise I wont charge an arm n a leg to represent him.
WTF
Question

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#127
May 28, 2011
 
Judge would you like someone making jokes if you lost an arm, that's just plain sick
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#128
May 28, 2011
 
Question wrote:
Judge would you like someone making jokes if you lost an arm, that's just plain sick
For real, if you go to the topics where a biker died, people act happy. These people are sick.
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#129
May 29, 2011
 
Aha wrote:
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You sound like someone in management.
Having worked in a car plant as a manager, let me tell you, managers are limited to what they can tell a member of labor. If an employee climbs inside a stamping press to get a wayward piece of sheet metal, you can tell them not to, but then the shop steward is riding your butt and you are getting plant management on you for "creating a hostile environment". I kid you not. Management is damned if you do, and damned if you don't.
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#130
May 29, 2011
 
Tom Jenkins wrote:
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Having worked in a car plant as a manager, let me tell you, managers are limited to what they can tell a member of labor. If an employee climbs inside a stamping press to get a wayward piece of sheet metal, you can tell them not to, but then the shop steward is riding your butt and you are getting plant management on you for "creating a hostile environment". I kid you not. Management is damned if you do, and damned if you don't.
And what does management think about OSHA when they come around?

Don't tell me; get out the brooms!
Praying for Tony

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#131
May 29, 2011
 
Desi wrote:
Having worked in the chemical industry for 40+ years this "should never happen". It's doubtful a written lock out procedure wasn't in place.
If I had to guess I'd say a shortcut was taken.
Not all repairs can be made while using the lock out... some repairs require the machine to be on, so what should you do then?? And you don't have to guess, a mans arm was lost don't add insult to injury! This man is a wonderful person who follows rules and procedures in his life and at his job!!!
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#132
May 29, 2011
 
A Lawyer wrote:
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I promise I wont charge an arm n a leg to represent him.
What are you thinking making a comment like? I hope nothing happens to you that would change your whole entire world...and the world of your wife who is devastated by your bedside or for your two children and you baby grandson...because his life is turned upside down and you are making a joke!
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#133
May 29, 2011
 
Praying for Tony wrote:
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Not all repairs can be made while using the lock out... some repairs require the machine to be on, so what should you do then?? And you don't have to guess, a mans arm was lost don't add insult to injury! This man is a wonderful person who follows rules and procedures in his life and at his job!!!
Sorry Bubba.....under no circumstances should anyone stick anything into a piece of moving machinery.....maybe someone needs to look at the operating procedures, they appear flawed.

Anyway......I also hope the fellow is doing well and wish him the best.
smart people

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#134
May 29, 2011
 
Each body part has a dollar value in pennsylvania So sad that a employer can get off with paying cheap settlements 2 hurt employees. U cant sue your employer and also work 4 them in pennsylvania. So were would a man with only 1 arm get a job, who would hire someone like that
Formal employment

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#135
Oct 1, 2012
 
no this happed at th a&b line hartly feed belt
concerned from hanover wrote:
<quoted text>..........This is why I quit 15 years ago. Lockout/tagout was not a practice in maintenance on a daily basis.I wonder if this accident is in the same area of the foundry where a worker had his arm caught and almost lost it abot 20 years ago?
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#136
Oct 1, 2012
 
It would of never happed if they would have done what I told them to do years ago by putting swithes on both ends of the belts
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#137
Oct 1, 2012
 
it is ther fault they were told to switches on both ends of the belt to keep this from happening
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Everyone automatically assumes the company is at fault....I'm sure they do have a LOTO procedure, does that mean no one ever breaks the rules? I'm not saying that it was this guys fault...BUT, I can promise you this...most of the time major accidents happen it's due to someone NOT following proper procedure. Not sure what happened here, but I can tell you at my work we've had a couple accidents that would appear to the companies fault...but in the end.....it was the employee's not doing what they have been trained to do. Just saying....

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