Oregon marijuana company fined $5,300 over butane explosion

Oregon regulators fined Higher Level Concentrates $5,300 for workplace safety violations following a butane-extraction explosion last year that landed one man in a Portland burn ward. The Oregonian reported that Oregon OSHA fined the extraction company, which is based in in Astoria, for failure to:
  • Ventilate the building
  • Have an adequate electrical system
  • Obtain city permits
The accident occurred last October, when, according to a lawsuit, William “Chris” West was handling butane canisters and allowed butane gas to fill a room while another man, Jason Oei, was dabbing cannabis oil. According ... Oregon marijuana company fined $5,300 over butane explosion is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs