Michael Kors
Uncategorized / December 19, 2017

Two bakery workers died in agony after bosses sent them into a giant oven to carry out repairs on the cheap, Michael Kors a court heard yesterday.The machine should have been allowed to cool for 12 hours, but was only left for two.David Mayes and Ian Erickson were unaware of the full danger as they crawled into the oven because fans had cooled its outer reaches to 40c. Its core, however, was still at 100c.The repair was a delicate procedure in which they had to collect broken parts from along the length of a conveyor belt which carries bread trays slowly through the 75ft-long oven. They had removed enough trays to allow them space within the rails of the belt to crawl along with it at the same speed.But within five minutes they were relaying terrified messages over their walkie-talkies, saying the oven was too hot. There was no way of reversing the belt and they were trapped on its journey through the oven.Mr Erickson, 44, was pulled out at the other end and died on the factory floor in front of horrified workmatesMr Mayes, 47, collapsed inside and was caught in the machinery.Michael Kors He died from 80 per…