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OSHA has proposed fines totaling $117,740 against Newport-based Raymond J. Cawley Contracting Inc. for allowing cave-in and other hazards while workers were excavating in Middletown to replace a sewer line.
A feed processing company that prevented OSHA from inspecting its facility has been found in civil contempt of court and ordered to pay nearly $42,000 in fines.
Workers were struck and injured by massive cranes two days in a row at a Cleveland worksite, prompting OSHA to launch an investigation leading to 21 citations against the company.
A Boston-based contractor faces $161,000 in fines after an OSHA inspector saw one of its employees exposed to both cave-in and struck-by hazards while installing a watermain.
This standard establishes the elements and activities for pre-project and pre-task safety and health planning in construction.
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