Wintek claims to take care of the treatment of poisoned employees at his factory

Apple's screen supplier, Wintek announced this week that it has stopped using a chemical known as n-hexane, responsible for the poisoning of 62 company employees in February. According to DigiTimes, she examined all cases and sent those involved for medical treatment.

Workers at Apple partner factories

With the exception of one person, the poisoning cases found by Wintek were not relatively serious, as employees are gradually recovering and many have returned to work. Unfortunately, the most serious occurrence resulted in death, as reported almost two months ago.

However, the successful recovery of its workers should not influence the process that 44 people filed against the company last week. Regardless of the fact that employees affected by poisoning are out of danger, there is no denying that their working conditions remain difficult.

(via AppleInsider)