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A South Florida contracting company apparently didn't learn its lesson the first time around, in 2010, when it was cited by OSHA for having an employee work in a 10-foot-deep trench at a Miami site with no cave-in protection.
Lack of machine guarding, damaged equipment and slippery surfaces were among the hazards found by OSHA at Canton Drop Forge's Canton, Ohio facility after a worker died when he was struck by a loader bucket on April 22nd.
A 16-year-old construction worker suffered head injuries and fractures while performing a hazardous task he was legally too young to do, according to the U.S. Department of Labor, which cited Waymar Construction Co. for violating child labor and safety laws.
An incident in which a worker suffered carbon monoxide exposure has led to OSHA citations and penaltiies for a Miami, Fl general contractor.
The D.C. Circuit upheld OSHA's multi-employer citation policy, in a decision yesterday against Summit Contractors Inc.
A Deleware construction company got its day in court, and was ordered by an administrative law judge to pay penalties assessed by OSHA for trenching violations.
After a six month investigation, the Indiana Department of Labor announced it is citing three organizations involved in the Indiana State Fair accident on August 13, 2011 that resulted in fatal injuries two seven people, including two employees.
Publix Supermarkets Inc. has been cited by the OSHA for 16 safety and health violations at its Jacksonville, FL distribution facility in Jacksonville after receiving a complaint in September that a worker's hand was amputated while cleaning conveyor equipment.
OSHA has cited Jeffboat LLC for nine safety violations, including one willful violation, at its Jeffersonville,Indiana facility after a worker was fatally crushed on Aug. 19, when he became trapped between a malfunctioning transfer car and a barge.
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