The Occupational Safety and Health Administration fined ICTSI Oregon $18,360 for violating a number of worker safety codes.
Documents show the federal agency levied the penalty last week after a routine inspection of the North Portland site in late February. The inspector found ICTSI Oregon to be in violation of more than a dozen worker safety codes, such as not informing employees about potential exposure to airborne lead and having workers operate machinery that lacked proper guards against flying objects.
OSHA did not identify any injuries that resulted from the alleged hazards.
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