DOL Slaps Contractor for Over $200K In Penalties For Jobsite Safety Hazards
Kansas City, MO (WorkersCompensation.com) - A Missouri contractor has been hit by Federal workplace safety officials with a bill of $210,037 in penalties for failing to protect its employees from a trench collapse, as well as electrical hazards. OSHA inspectors observed workers at a job site in Kansas City, Missouri last May. They found that the employees were installing water lines and were being exposed to excavation and trenching hazards.
Blue Nile Contractors Inc., based in Birmingham, has ...
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