Construction Companies Face Fines for Safety Violations- New Jersey

Construction Companies Face Fines for Safety Violations- New Jersey

OSHA proposes $65,340 in fines for Illescas Brothers Construction Inc. of Paterson, charged with exposing workers to 12 safety violations, including repeat fall protection and scaffolding violations, while performing masonry work on the exterior of a new home in Fort Lee.

In Roselle, A-Absolute Construction Inc. faces $158,400 in penalties for 10 violations at a Parsippany worksite, including three willful violations relating to prevention of trench collapses (committed with intentional knowing or voluntary disregard for the law’s requirements, or with plain indifference to worker safety and health).

Institute of WorkComp Professionals, WorkComp Advisory Newsletter, January 2012

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