Plant manger passes away after heel injury, says MSHA

The Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) has issued a fatality alert after a plant manager stumbled on a drill bench resulting in a compound heel fracture.

The MSHA says he became unresponsive while undergoing preoperative procedures for his injured heel and pass away the following day.

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• Identify and address hazards. Always be aware of your surroundings and any hazards that may be present. Establish and discuss safe work procedures.
• Conduct workplace examinations and risk assessments to identify and correct hazards before working on any task. Examine work areas for hazards
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