BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) - A Hamilton-based manufacturer has been
hit with more than $192,000 in penalties after an inspection
uncovered 36 safety and health violations.
The fines were proposed by the Occupational Safety and Health
Administration against NTN-Bower's manufacturing plant.
The company make precision roller-bearings.
In a news release Tuesday, OSHA area director Roberto Sanchez in
Birmingham said the violations "reflect management's failure to
properly train its employees."
NTN-Bowers has 15 working days to contest the citation and
penalties to the agency.
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