Employer Fined $115,000 After Worker Suffers Crushing Injury

January 5, 2017 - LONDON, ONTARIO - A company providing sales and service of tractors and other equipment used in the construction industry pleaded guilty and has been fined $115,000 after a worker suffered injuries from a falling piece of equipment. On August 21, 2015, a worker was injured when one hand became trapped between the concrete floor and a 4,900-pound drive assembly (axle) that had fallen from its support stands in the company's heavy equipment maintenance shop. 

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