- California’s Division of Occupational Safety and Health (Cal-OSHA) opened two new inspections in September into the workplace conditions at Tesla‘s factory in Fremont.
- According to the agency, the first was opened on September 4 and was prompted by an incident reported to regulators in which a contract worker became stuck between two garbage bins after a forklift pushed one of the bins.
- The second was opened on September 5 and came after an incident reported to the agency in which a contract worker’s fingers were caught in a torque gun, according to Cal-OSHA.
- There are currently six open inspections into Tesla‘s Fremont factory and one into its store in Rocklin.
- “Tesla takes safety extremely seriously and is constantly identifying safety improvements across our global operations to help us become one of the safest places to work,” a Tesla spokesperson said.
California’s Division of Occupational Safety and Health (Cal-OSHA) has opened two new inspections in September into the workplace conditions at Tesla’s factory in Fremont.
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