Temp Worker Injured at Stonewall Kitchen
A temporary worker from Rochester, N.H was injured on February 11, 2010 in an industrial accident at Stonewall Kitchen, in Maine. According to this article on www.seacoastline.com, the man received severe burns and lacerations to his left forearm and wrist when his arm was caught in the blade of a 150-gallon mixer.
The incident has been investigated and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration has been notified.
The article said that the man was on temporary assignment through Manpower Inc. of Dover, N.H.
A human resources director for Stonewall Kitchen said all workers go through training processes before working in the production environment.
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