OSHA has again cited a Moonachie, New Jersey hair distribution company, and proposed $181,280 in penalties, after finding continued safety hazards at the employer's warehouse.

The agency initiated an inspection of Mane Concept’s facility in April after receiving a complaint alleging imminent safety hazards. Inspectors found that the company failed to keep exit routes free and unobstructed; improperly used required work space around an electrical panel box for storage; and failed to properly store materials to prevent struck-by hazards. OSHA issued one repeat, one serious, and two willful violations. The company was cited in February for similar violations.

"Mane Concept's repeated disregard of OSHA standards is unacceptable and jeopardizes the safety of its workers," said OSHA Area Director Lisa Levy, in Hasbrouck Heights. "This company should immediately address these workplace hazards to ensure a safe work environment for its employees."

Read more about the recent citations that OSHA issued to Mane Concept.