General Motors Corp. reportedly will pay more than $180,000 for a variety of health and safety violations at its Willow Run, MI, powertrain facility. Some of the 67 separate violations found by Michigan’s workplace safety agency MIOSHA include outdated or inadequate guarding near equipment, inadequate forklift brakes, lack of appropriate eye protection and a padlocked office exit door, says The Detroit News. About 30 of the violations were classified as “serious,” while six were dubbed ...

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