I am having a hard time understanding their conclusion to fining "snickers maker".. These where contractors hired to do maintenance, they where not authorized to work on the machine, and where not trained on the proper safety procedures of the machine. But Isn't it the contractor's job to ensure THEIR employees are trained properly, and authorized to work on the machine they where contracted to do, not that of the company that hired them? That's like contracting a plumber to fix/maintain your water heater, and the owner of the house, being fined because the company they contracted sent out a unlicensed plumber, who was not properly trained and he injured himself putting in the water heater. I would understand a fine if proper safety equipment was missing, not working, etc. But the article implies it was due to them not having authorization or training on the machine they where contracted to work on. Of course, there may be more to it than that, and the article is missing key facts.