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Digital Specialty Chemicals Ltd fined $65,000 after explosion injures worker
Digital Specialty Chemicals Ltd. in Toronto, Ontario was fined $65,000 after a worker suffered second-degree burns in a canister explosion.
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Veyance Technologies Canada, Inc fined total of $80,000 after two workers' fingers amputated
Veyance Technologies Canada, Inc. in Mississauga, Ontario was fined a total of $80,000, plus 25% victim surcharges, after two workers had fingers amputated in separate accidents.
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Central Construction fined $90,000 after young worker dies in a fall
1412768 Ontario Ltd., operating as Central Construction, in Granton, Ontario was fined $90,000, plus a 25% victim surcharge, after a young worker died in a 13.2-metre fall.
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