Home » OSHA Cases - Sanderson Plumbing, Inc. Today's News OSHA Cases - Sanderson Plumbing, Inc. March 22, 2000 Reprints No Comments Sanderson Plumbing, Inc. The company's Columbus, Miss. plant was cited for alleged hazards associated with confined space, machine guarding, and lockout-tagout. Proposed penalties: $ 53,750. Did you enjoy this article? Click here to subscribe to ISHN. Related Articles Freehold, N.J., company fails to comply with federal court order in OSHA whistleblower case; U.S. marshals seize vehicle (1/4) All in a week's work: 7 enforcement cases net OSHA penalties of $911,500 (7/29) OSHA proposes $112,000 in fines against Home Depot for uncorrected and recurring hazards at West Nyack, NY, store (7/21) OSHA enforcement surge continues with six-figure fines (7/29) Related Products Top Ten Pitfalls in OSHA Recordkeeping and How to Avoid Them Crane Hazards and Their Prevention An Illustrated Guide to Electrical Safety How Smart Managers Create World-Class Safety, Health, & Environmental Programs Related Events What You Need to Know about OSHA’s New Construction Confined Space Standard Free webinar: OSHA 30/30 ASSE to host virtual symposium on new OSHA Walking-Working Standard Think Before Justifying Energized Electrical Work You must login or register in order to post a comment. Report Abusive Comment Thank you for helping us to improve our forums. Is this comment offensive? Please tell us why.