The Bosch brand is synonymous with innovation and reliability, and its U.K.-based U.A.-built appliance brand has had to deal with the ever-increasing number of issues that have come to light over the years.
In 2014, the company said that the number of incidents involving Bosch products increased to 5,000 since 2008, up from 2,000 the previous year.
That’s an increase of 1,400 incidents per year since 2009.
The company said at the time that it was investigating the incidents and had notified customers.
The company did not respond to a request for comment on the report, but a spokesperson told the Associated Press that the company takes the matter seriously and works to ensure the safety and security of its brands.
While some of the incidents have occurred on-site, the most recent incident occurred in April of this year when a Bosch employee was allegedly hit by a moving van.
The incident led to a complaint and an internal investigation, which concluded that the employee’s injuries were not related to the incident.
In its response to the AP’s request for an update on the matter, Bosch said that a full review of the incident is underway and that it is in the process of reviewing the data.
In a statement to The Verge, Bosich added that “the company has a strict safety and performance management system, and the company will take swift action against those who break it.
This includes the suspension and termination of any employee who is found to have broken our strict rules or practices.
Bosch has not yet responded to our request for a comment on how the investigation will proceed.