It was believed to be the first time in B.C. that a criminal negligence charge was laid against a company for a workplace fatality.
The firm has now been slapped with a hefty fine.
Kelsey Ann Kristian was just 22-years-old when she was pinned by a runaway truck she was operating at Stave Lake Quarries in Mission and died in 2007.
It was only her second day on the job and a review determined she wasn’t provided proper training and supervision.
In July the company pleaded guilty to criminal negligence causing the death.
Criminal Justice Branch spokesperson Dan McLaughlin says last week a judge imposed a $100,000 fine with a $15,000 victim fine surcharge.
He says the judge accepted a joint sentencing submission after finding it was “fair and fit if considered in light of all of the circumstances.”
Charges against two other individuals were stayed.