Shelbyville glass factory could face even more fines for unsafe conditions

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A glass factory in Shelbyville could face even more fines after another round of safety concerns.

The state’s workplace safety agency wants to fine Pilkington $231,000.

This is the third time in less than a year OSHA has addressed problems at the factory, which manufactures glass for automakers.

An employee died on the job in 2010. Pilkington paid $15,000 in fines following that incident.

Follow-up visits to the plant have led to a record-setting $453,000 proposed fine.

Employees have repeatedly complained about dangerous working conditions.

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