"They did come in and found some things wrong," said Jack Terrell, the company's president and owner. "The buck stops here. OSHA is doing its job. I've got to do a better job of managing my people."
He said most of the violations were the result of "just things we all do when we're rushing to get the job done." For example, in some cases safety guards were not put back on machinery after being removed while the machines were repaired, he said.
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