CAREY — Transglobal, in Carey, which makes parts for the transportation industry, faces $11,252 in federal fines from allegations it exposed workers to electric shock hazards in June.
Employees were required to use a circular saw with a damaged orange extension cord, exposing them to electric shock hazards, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration reported.
In another safety violation, the circular saw was connected to an outlet via a temporary flexible cord instead of permanent wiring, the safety agency reported.