Subcommittee Seeks Details Of OSHA's Cintas Probe

Law360, New York (October 22, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT) -- Concerned that the March 2007 death of a worker at a Cintas Corp. facility might be a symptom of a nationwide problem, the House subcommittee on workforce protections is pressing the Occupational Safety & Health Administration for details of OSHA's investigation into safety hazards at industrial laundries.

The letter references the death of Eleazar Torres-Gomez, who fell into an industrial dryer after trying to clear a jammed conveyor belt at a Cintas laundry in Oklahoma. The letter also asks whether or not OSHA has launched a...
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