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Maintenance worker crushed to death at Stellantis plant

Maintenance worker crushed to death at Stellantis plant

52-year-old worked for external contractor at Pratola Serra

ROME, 22 February 2024, 15:32

ANSA English Desk




A 52-year-old maintenance worker died on Thursday after being crushed by machinery at the Stellantis plant at Pratola Serra in the Campania province of Avellino.
    Domenico Fatigati, an employee of an external contractor, was working in the base engine department when the accident occurred.
    "Stellantis expresses its deepest condolences and sympathy to the family members for the tragic death of Domenico Fatigati, an employee of an external company, who died this morning during an intervention on a machine inside the Pratola Serra plant," said a spokesperson for the multinational car manufacturer in a statement.
    "The company, to the extent of its competence, is actively collaborating with the judicial authorities and the police, who are carrying out investigations into the causes of the accident," the spokesperson added.
    The Irpinia plant, which employs almost 1,800 people, is awaiting the relaunch of production following the announcement by Stellantis that it will manufacture engines for its entire range of light commercial vehicles.
    The issue of workplace safety in Italy has returned to the fore after five construction workers were crushed to death and three more were seriously injured in a structural collapse at a building site in Florence last Friday.
    On Wednesday the government was said to be working on new measures to improve safety including stiffer administrative penalties for illegal and undeclared labour, the recriminalisation of procurement offences, coordination between public prosecutors on investigations into workplace health and safety related crimes and the introduction of a contract ban of between two and five years for companies found to be in serious breach of workplace health and safety regulations.


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