Inspection: 1254411.015 - Inland Empire Truss, Inc.
Inspection Information - Office: Ca San Bernardino
Inland Empire Truss, Inc.
275 W. Rider St.
Perris, CA 92571
275 W. Rider St., Perris, CA 92571
Union Status: NonUnion
NAICS: 321214/Truss Manufacturing
Inspection Type: Accident
Advanced Notice: N
Close Conference: 12/21/2017
|#||Citation ID||Citaton Type||Standard||Issuance Date||Abatement Due Date||Current Penalty||Initial Penalty||FTA Penalty||Contest||Latest Event||Note|
|1.||01001||Other||3203(A)(4)||12/12/2017||$250||$6,750||$0||12/15/2017||O - Administrative Law Judge Order|
|2.||02001||Serious||4001||12/12/2017||$2,250||$6,750||$0||12/15/2017||O - Administrative Law Judge Order|
|3.||03001||Serious||3203(A)(7)||12/12/2017||$16,200||$16,200||$0||12/15/2017||O - Administrative Law Judge Order|
|4.||04001||Serious||4206(A)||12/12/2017||$16,200||$16,200||$0||12/15/2017||O - Administrative Law Judge Order|
At 11:09 a.m. on August 10, 2017, an employee was constructing wooden truss comp onents. The employee was using a rolling press/table to secure the wooden truss pieces together and caught his leg in the press. The initial report does not p rovide any injury specifics beyond that. The employee was hospitalized. The accident occurred on 08/10/2017, at or about 11:09 AM. The employer re ported the serious injury to DOSH on 08/10/2017, at 4:49 PM in compliance with t he requirements of T8CCR �342. The DOSHs investigator arrived on site on 08/ 10/2017, at or about 5:00 PM. The injured was a full time permanent employee o f Unisource Staffing, Inc. Juan Abundis was the injured employees supervis or and he was engaged in oversite of the truss manufacturing process The inju red employee was injured on the rolling press table in the east end of the build ing. The injured employee was engaged in the assembly of wooden truss componen ts. The injury occurred when the employees foot was caught by the cross-brac e of the truss being assembled on the table. Once caught by the cross-brace, his foot was pulled under the safety shut-off bar, which did not function, and into the rollers of the press table, causing crushing injuries and fractures. The followings are the factors that would have prevented the accident: Safety shut- off bar not functioning; ineffective training on machine operation and hazards, including but not limited to the shut-off safety bar position. Employee suffere d crushing injuries to his right leg, resulting in its amputation just above the knee. His left leg suffered multiple fractures as it was pulled down between th e rollers and the table. The employee was transported to Riverside County Hospi tal Medical Center where he was hospitalized for a period of 4 weeks. He was in a rehab facility for an additional 3 weeks after release from the hospital. The employer was cited serious accident related violations for �3203 (a) (7), and � 4206(a). Rolling press table
Keywords:caught in, construction, leg, press, truss
|1||1254411.015||Hospitalized injury||Occupation Not Listed|