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    A Wellington business has been fined 260 thousand dollars after a worker's hand was caught in a pastry roller

    A Wellington business has been fined 260 thousand dollars after a worker's hand was caught in a pastry roller


    Oriental Cuisine Limited has been ordered to pay the man 40 thousand dollars after he sustained fractures and de-gloved fingers in July 2018.

    A WorkSafe investigation found before the incident was reported, the pastry roller was cleaned with an air gun,then continued to be used.

    In a similar case last week, a Napier meat processor was fined after a worker caught her hand in a machine's chain.

    WorkSafe's Chief Inspector Steve Kelly says there are too many workers whose safety is compromised by having to operate unguarded machinery.

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