Car Dealership Fined $35,000 after Worker’s Arm Is Broken
A worker at a car dealership was trying to repair an overhead door when an anchor bracket became loose. The door came down on his forearm, causing several fractures. The dealership pleaded guilty to violating Sec. 25(2)(b) of the OHS regulations and was fined $35,000 [Jubilee Ford Sales (1983) Ltd., Govt. News Release, Aug. 25, 2016].