Amazon cited for workplace safety violations in Idaho


NAMPA, Idaho – Amazon has resolved cited workplace violations against the temporary distribution center of the online retail giant in Idaho.

The Idaho Statesman reports that the Occupational Safety and Health Administration cited the company's modular distribution center in Nampa for four unsafe working conditions in March, with proposed fines of a total of $ 6,442.

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The federal agency said that Amazon failed to register a non-fatal injury in the hand of an employee, created a trip hazard with uneven flooring material, did not cover a 2-inch deep hole near a door and had an exit box that was not There is not mounted on a surface.

Amazon did not respond immediately to comment.

The company does not have previous OSHA appointments in Nampa.

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