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Repeat violations at the stores included obstructed exits, exposed fluorescent lights, and stored material that was not secured against sliding or collapse.

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An investigation by OSHA found that a trucking company blacklisted a driver in their industry after he sought medical attention for a work-related injury.

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The list of OSHA violations at this factory paint a grim picture, including amputation hazards and blocked emergency exits.

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The failure of a Victor-based optical equipment manufacturer to correct serious safety hazards has resulted in $131,600 in additional fines from OSHA.

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OSHA cites Big Lots Stores Inc., proposes $169,000 in fines for exit access, crushing, struck-by hazards.

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NEW YORK –OSHA has cited Core Continental Construction LLC for 13 alleged violations of workplace safety standards at a work site located at 390 Eighth Ave. in Manhattan. The Flushing contractor faces a total of $94,380 in proposed fines, chiefly for electrical and fall hazards, …

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WESTBURY, N.Y. – OSHA has cited Simtek Inc. for alleged repeat and serious violations of workplace safety standards as well as failing to correct eight hazardous conditions cited during a 2011 OSHA inspection that was prompted by a worker injury. The Amityville metal fabrication shop …

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SYRACUSE, N.Y. – OSHA has cited Zoto’s International Inc. with 44 alleged serious violations of workplace safety and health standards at the company’s Geneva manufacturing plant. The maker of hair care products faces a total of $233,000 in fines for a cross-section of chemical, mechanical …

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T.S. Eliot said that “April is the cruelest month.” But as far as OSHA fines are concerned, May was worse. Here’s the breakdown.

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