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Hereford Caviness plant cited for safety violations

Hereford, TX - An area meat processing plant could face up to $120,000 in fines for dozens of safety violations.

OSHA found 25 violations at the Caviness plant in Hereford, 23 of which were considered "serious."  A serious violation is one in which there is a substantial risk of death or injury.

The report cites a variety of violations, ranging from failure to investigate an ammonia leak to not providing workers with proper safety equipment.

You can see the report for yourself or learn more by clicking the links attached to this story.

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