Three Companies Fined $35,000 for Young Worker’s Death
A 25-year-old worker died when he was struck by a large dumpster bin that came loose from a truck as it was being emptied. Three companies pleaded guilty to failing to provide adequate supervision and training to ensure the health and safety of its workers. The court fined them $35,000 [Dominion Refuse, TwoEx Capital Inc. and Mar Mor Enterprises Inc., Govt. News Release, July 26, 2012].