The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration is conducting an investigation into the death of a worker who was believed to have been electrocuted late Monday night at Haviland Plastics Products Co. in Haviland, Ohio.
According to Kim Nelson, OSHA area director in Toledo, Ohio, the investigation is ongoing, so the office will not release specific details. An investigation can take up to six months, but typically is completed in a few weeks.
Officials at Haviland Plastic Products did not respond to requests for comment.
The company was cited for three serious violations by OSHA in April and the case is still pending.