The U.S. Postal Service Center in Sandston has been cited for work dangers after a complaint about industrial power equipment. The Center has been cited for five violations involving operators using equipment not properly inspected after each shift, not using seatbelts, not being properly trained, improperly towing wheeled carts, and using aisles where workers were exposed to hazards.
The U.S. Labor Department says OSHA has levied $120,000 dollars in fines.
The Richmond Times-Dispatch says the Center did not respond to a request for comments.