Spirit AeroSystems says its employees were not exposed to the cancer-causing agent at the levels OSHA said they were, and will seek to reduce the proposed fine and classification of OSHA’s citations.
Spirit AeroSystems says its employees were not exposed to the cancer-causing agent at the levels OSHA said they were, and will seek to reduce the proposed fine and classification of OSHA’s citations. Jerry Siebenmark File photo
Spirit AeroSystems says its employees were not exposed to the cancer-causing agent at the levels OSHA said they were, and will seek to reduce the proposed fine and classification of OSHA’s citations. Jerry Siebenmark File photo

OSHA says some Spirit AeroSystems workers were exposed to cancer-causing agent

February 01, 2018 11:00 AM

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