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Associated Mining Construction Inc fined total $100,000 after worker struck in head
Associated Mining Construction Inc. in Regina, Saskatchewan was fined $71,429, plus a surcharge of $28,571, after a worker was seriously injured in the head.
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Agrium Inc fined total $490,000 after worker seriously injured by unsecured cable
Agrium Inc. in Saskatchewan was fined $350,000, plus a surcharge of $140,000, after a worker was seriously injured when struck by an unsecured cable.
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Vollmer Inc fined $150,000 after worker dies from fall through skylight
Vollmer Inc. in Windsor, Ontario was fined $150,000, plus a 25% victim surcharge, after a worker died from a fall through a skylight in a building that was having new electrical equipment installed.
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