Submit to Stumbleupon (Opens in new window) The sun rises over the plant during a two-day COVID-19 vaccination clinic inside the JBS Greeley Beef plant in Greeley March 5, 2021. The company will not run the plant during the vaccination event scheduled for Friday and Saturday. JBS employees who receive the vaccine at the plant will be given 4 hours of pay and a $100 bonus for receiving the vaccine. By Justin Wingerter | email@example.com | The Denver Post The meatpacking giant JBS USA was issued five citations and fines totaling $174,566 last month after a worker at its beef plant in Greeley became stuck in a conveyor belt and had his left arm amputated. At the end of his shift on Feb. 17, the worker was cleaning a conveyor belt and reached for something that fell off the end of the machinery. His smock sleeve then became tangled in the conveyor belt’s sprockets, causing the grisly injury, according to a report by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration . “He was working alone when his arm got caught in the machinery and it pulled him in. He was there for a period of time screaming for help,” said Kim site link Cordova, president of United Food and Commercial Workers Local 7, the employee’s union. Cordova said the man is a 37-year-old Burmese immigrant who was working the evening shift and is “really devastated by what happened to him.” OSHA investigated the incident two days later and determined JBS had not properly guarded the conveyor belt, exposing its employees to the threat of lost limbs. OSHA also found that employees did not know to wear a plastic device that ensures smock sleeves don’t dangle. On Aug. 17, OSHA’s Denver office informed JBS of the citations and proposed fines. The agency gave JBS until Sept. 20 to correct safety violations at the plant. The company can contest the allegations. A JBS spokesman did not respond to an email Friday asking if it would do so, but a spokesman said in a statement that JBS has taken steps to improve safety at the plant since the amputation. “Our sympathies go out to our team member who was impacted during this accident,” JBS spokesman Cameron Bruett said.
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