OSHA fines Superior Health for unhygienic conditions
22 Jul '06
1 min read
Acting on the basis of concerns of workers at Superior Health Linens, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has punished Madison based cleaning company with a fine of $1539 as violation fees.
Workers complained that dirty linens were being mixed with clean ones making them unsafe and subsequent enquiry confirmed the charges; OSHA's website listed four blood-borne pathogen violations against Superior Health.