Pre-planning Hazard Analysis did not recognize that material to be moved during housekeeping/clean-up of debris from a previous fan fire was degraded. The employee lifted a 35 lb. motor approximately waist height to dispose of into the bucket of a front end loader when the motor housing broke causing the employee to drop the motor onto their left foot resulting in a fracture to metatarsal bone. High top safety shoes with steel toes were worn. However, the motor landed above the toe protection of the shoe.
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