Death by Cheese – Saputo Fined $150K After Trenton Plant Incident 050118

Worker Killed on Cheese Production Line in Trenton, Company Fined $150,000 May 1, 2018 Convicted: Saputo Dairy Products GP. Corporate Headquarters: 6869, Métropolitain Est Montréal, Québec, a company which produces different cheese types. Location: The company’s cheese production facility at 7 Riverside Drive, Trenton, Ontario. Description of Offence: A worker was killed by a cheese-cutter machine. The device should… Continue reading Death by Cheese – Saputo Fined $150K After Trenton Plant Incident 050118

Hijab Tragedy Leads to Death & $300K Fine for Fiera Foods in Toronto 091417

Fiera Foods Company Fined $300,000 After Worker Killed September 14, 2017 TORONTO, ONTARIO – Fiera Foods Company, A Toronto commercial bakery, was fined $300,000 after an incident where a worker was killed. On September 2, 2016, a worker employed by a temporary help agency was working at the Fiera Foods Company plant located at 50 Marmora… Continue reading Hijab Tragedy Leads to Death & $300K Fine for Fiera Foods in Toronto 091417

Royal Ottawa Health in Brockville Fined $75,000 After Nurse Stabbed by Patient 081617

  BROCKVILLE, ON – The Royal Ottawa Health Care Group was fined $75,000 after a nurse was stabbed by a patient at the Brockville Mental Health Centre. The Royal Ottawa Health Care Group operates the Brockville Mental Health Centre in addition to other mental health care and research facilities in Ottawa. On October 10, 2014… Continue reading Royal Ottawa Health in Brockville Fined $75,000 After Nurse Stabbed by Patient 081617

Clublink Fined $50K After Wood Chipper Incident at Rattle Snake Point 072417

  MILTON, ONTARIO – Clublink Corporation ULC, a corporation that owns and operates golf courses, pleaded guilty and was fined $50,000 after a young worker was injured by a wood chipper. On May 27, 2015, two Clublink workers were operating a wood chipper at RattleSnake Point Golf Club Limited located at 5407 Regional Road 25… Continue reading Clublink Fined $50K After Wood Chipper Incident at Rattle Snake Point 072417

Dare Makes Good Cookies & Fined $67,500 for Worker Injury JUNE 9, 2017

Court Bulletin Dare Foods Fined $67,500 for Injury to New Worker June 9, 2017 KITCHENER, ON – Dare Foods Limited pleaded guilty and has been fined $67,500 after a new worker was injured while cleaning an overhead conveyor. The incident took place on March 1, 2016 at Dare’s Kitchener plant, located at 2481 Kingsway Drive,… Continue reading Dare Makes Good Cookies & Fined $67,500 for Worker Injury JUNE 9, 2017

Ottawa Catholic School Board Fined $250K After Death of Worker MARCH 31, 2016

The Ottawa Catholic School Board pleaded guilty and has been fined $250,000 in the death of a maintenance worker. The death took place on January 9, 2015, at the board’s St. Nicholas Adult High School located at 893 Admiral Avenue in Ottawa. The worker was employed by the board and worked at a number of… Continue reading Ottawa Catholic School Board Fined $250K After Death of Worker MARCH 31, 2016

Bluewater Power Fined $12K for 2012 Worker Death in Sarnia Ontario – MAY 26, 2015

Bluewater Power Distribution Corporation, the utility providing electricity distribution and related services in the Sarnia-Lambton area, has been fined $120,000 in the 2012 death of a worker who was performing repair work following the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. The worker was one of two who had been assigned post-storm repair work on Passingham Drive in… Continue reading Bluewater Power Fined $12K for 2012 Worker Death in Sarnia Ontario – MAY 26, 2015

Kingston Fire Leads to $74,000 Fine for Jay Patry Enterprises MAY 20, 2015

CFN – Following a fire at a construction project in Kingston that led to a crane operator being rescued by military helicopter, three individuals and the company that employed the workers have pleaded guilty in court and fined a total of $74,000. On December 17, 2013, a five-storey residential construction project located at 663 Princess… Continue reading Kingston Fire Leads to $74,000 Fine for Jay Patry Enterprises MAY 20, 2015

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