Read Consulting was asked to analyze an accident in which an employee was lifting a Corrugated box containing 12 bottles of soda water from which a bottle fell through the bottom; it exploded, and caused an eye injury. The cardboard container was being lifted (as expected by the box manufacturer) with the box’s hand holes. The Box Makers Certificate (BMC) stated that the allowable gross weight for this cardboard box was 35 lbs. However, the twelve bottles contained exceeded this value. In addition, the cardboard carton had a manufacturing defect. The cardboard container was not properly folded or glued. As the cardboard box was being lifted, a bottle fell through the bottom and hit the concrete warehouse floor. Because the bottle was under pressure, it exploded and propelled a glass piece into the worker’s eye. This box is under designed for its intended use.