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  • Cintas fined $2.78 million after worker killed in dryer (8

    Aug 17, 2007 Cintas fined $2.78 million after worker killed in dryer (8/17) OSHA yesterday proposed $2.78 million in fines against Cintas Corp. following the death of an employee who was killed when he fell into an operating industrial dryer at a Cintas laundry facility in Tulsa, Okla. The fine is reportedly the largest ever levied against a company in the

  • Lawmakers Call for Safety Investigation in Wake of Cintas

    Mar 22, 2007 Eleazar Torres-Gomez, 46, became trapped in an industrial dryer that was in operation. Other workers found his body 20 minutes later. Some media reports described Torres-Gomez, a Cintas employee since 2000, as having been dragged by a conveyor into the dryer. Scott Farmer, Cintas president and CEO, told the company’s employee-partners in a

  • Cintas Faces $2.78 Million Fine Following Worker Death in

    Aug 17, 2007 The employee was killed when he fell into an operating industrial dryer while clearing a jam of wet laundry on a conveyor that carries the laundry from the washer into the dryer. Cintas is the

  • Cintas, Widow Reach Settlement In Dryer Death Suit

    Apr 16, 2010 TULSA, Okla. (AP) — The widow of a Cintas Corp. worker who died after falling into an industrial dryer in Tulsa has settled her wrongful death lawsuit against the nation's largest uniform supplier, according to federal court records. Thursday's settlement with the Cincinnati-based company came four days before a federal trial was to begin in Tulsa

  • Man dies after being pulled into industrial dryer | Reuters

    Oct 29, 2011 A worker at a uniform cleaning company in Louisville, Kentucky died on Friday after he was pulled into an industrial dryer, police said

  • Industrial clothes dryer kills worker Police believe the

    Mar 07, 2007 TULSA — A worker died Tuesday morning after getting trapped in an industrial clothes dryer that reaches temperatures of 300 degrees, a police spokesman said.Eleazar Torres-Gomez, 46, died at Cintas Uniform, 5940 S 129 East Ave., Tulsa police officer Jason Willingham said.Police believe the man got onto a conveyer belt that leads into the dryer

  • Uniforms - Corporate Apparel | Cintas

    THE INDUSTRY LEADER. Cintas helps more than one million businesses of all types and sizes get READY™ to open their doors with confidence every day by providing a wide range of products and services that enhance our customers’ image and help keep their facilities and employees clean, safe and looking their best. With products and services including uniforms, floor care

  • Cintas to pay safety fine of nearly $3 mil - Daily Herald

    Dec 19, 2008 In March 2007, Eleazor Torres-Gomez fell into a 300-degree industrial dryer at a Cintas Corp. laundry in Tulsa and died. Instead of shutting off the machinery as he was supposed to do, the seven

  • Heavy Duty Industrial and Commercial Tumble Dryers - UniMac

    Industrial Tumble Dryers. UniMac tumble dryers are in a league of their own in terms of performance and efficiency. These durable commercial laundry machines achieve the perfect balance between drying temperature, airflow pattern and usable cylinder space for optimal drying results while significantly reducing utility and labor costs

  • Cintas Settles Oklahoma Wrongful Death Lawsuit

    Jul 16, 2021 The Cintas Corporation, a Cincinnati Ohio based uniform company, agreed to settle a wrongful death lawsuit brought by the widow of an employee who was killed after falling into an industrial dryer while attempting to clog a jam without shutting down machinery first' a safety violation that employees were allegedly encouraged to do

  • Safety Pays: Another Cintas Worker Dies In Incident

    Nov 15, 2011 A second Cintas employee in less than 5 years has been killed in an incident involving an industrial dryer. Kevin Burgess of Louisville, Ky., was killed Oct. 28 while servicing an industrial dryer at the company’s facility in the Louisville area. The local coroner has ruled that Burgess died of blunt force trauma

  • Worker Killed in Industrial Accident at KY Cintas Plant

    Nov 01, 2011 Burgess was apparently servicing an industrial dryer when he fell in and sustained fatal injuries. Cintas reported that Burgess came in early to get the equipment up and running before the other workers arrived at the plant. Burgess wasn’t found until another early worker came in sometime later

  • $2.78M OSHA Fine Follows Death At Cintas Laundry

    North America's largest uniform supplier has been slapped with a proposed $2.78 million fine following a probe into the March 2007 death of a worker who

  • Maintenance Technician I

    Cintas is seeking a Maintenance Technician I to assist with maintaining an industrial laundry facility. Responsibilities include assisting with repairing, maintaining, installing and troubleshooting industrial equipment, systems and components including, but not limited to, washers, dryers, steam tunnels, conveyor systems and boilers; assisting with performing preventive/predictive

  • Cintas Employee Dies in Dryer Incident | TRSA

    Oct 31, 2011 A Cintas employee, Kevin Burgess, 55, died early Friday, Oct. 28, when an industrial dryer he was working on unexpectedly started. Cintas Corp.’s Mason, OH, headquarters issued the following statement: “Cintas is devastated to have learned about the accident that took the life of one of our employee-partners at our uniform rental facility in

  • Another Cintas Worker Dies In Incident Related to

    Nov 03, 2011 Nov. 3, 2011 A second Cintas employee in less than 5 years has been killed in an incident involving an industrial dryer. Kevin Burgess of Louisville, Ky., was killed Oct. 28 while servicing an industrial dryer at the company’s facility in the Louisville area. The local coroner has ruled that Burgess died of blunt force trauma. Sandy Smith

  • U.S. Department of Labor's OSHA proposes $2.78

    U.S. Department of Labor's OSHA proposes $2.78 million fine against Cintas Corp. following Tulsa, Okla., employee death in industrial dryer. Alabama, Arkansas, Ohio and Washington facilities also inspected. WASHINGTON -- The U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) today proposed $2.78 million in penalties against Ohio

  • Industrial Laundry Dryer Kills Cintas Worker in Louisville

    Oct 31, 2011 LOUISVILLE, Ky. — An investigation is under way to determine how a Cintas Corp. maintenance technician was killed early Friday morning when the industrial dryer he was servicing started. Kevin Lee Burgess, 55, died from blunt-force trauma and was pronounced dead at the scene, according to local authorities

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