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Sask. Poultry company may be fined $46,000 for injuring an auger worker Pi News

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A Saskatchewan poultry farm could be fined $46,000 after pleading guilty to health and safety violations.

The fine stems from a July 10, 2021, workplace incident near Regina Beach, Sask.

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A worker at Pedigree Poultry Ltd. was seriously injured after his leg became entangled in a horizontal drilling system.

Breeding Poultry was fined for violating Section 3-1(a) of the Saskatchewan Occupational Health and Safety Regulations – an employer shall maintain a plant, work systems and work environment to reasonably ensure the health, safety and welfare of its workers. must provide and maintain.

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On Jan. 2, the company was found guilty of the violation in Regina Provincial Court.

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