tesla fremont factory

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.

The first was opened on September 4 and was prompted by an incident reported to the agency in which a contract worker became stuck between two garbage bins after a forklift pushed one of the bins. …read more


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