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December 2017 Enforcement

Hawaii Cites Company for Safety and Health Hazards after Ammonia Release

image 9 - Hawaii Cites Company for Safety and Health Violations after Ammonia Release

The Hawaii Occupational Safety and Health Division issued 14 citations and $107,800 in penalties to Hawaiian Ice Company in Honolulu for exposing workers to inhalation hazards resulting from an uncontrolled release of anhydrous ammonia. Inspectors concluded that the company lacked procedures to isolate the chemical while workers were servicing refrigeration equipment. The company also failed to conduct in-house inspections, provide portable monitoring devices to detect leaks, and train workers.

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