e-Hazard Blog

by , on August 31, 2012
Barletta Heavy Division Inc., based in Canton, MA, was cited with proposed fines of $91k for violations while working on the Hine Bridge replacement project, finding that multiple incidents of the crane striking power lines had occurred during the course of the Hine Bridge project. In addition, the company did not conduct a hazard assessment,...
by , on August 31, 2012
On August 16, 2012, OSHA issued the criteria for removal of employers from SVEP (Severe Violator Enforcement Program). If the employer fails to adhere to the terms & provisions of the agreement, they will remain in the SVEP for an additional 3 years and will then be re-evaluated. Consideration of removal from SVEP: * After...
by , on August 31, 2012
Danco Precision Inc. of Phoenixville, PA, was cited with proposed fines of $55.5k for violations including failing to control potentially hazardous energy, have and implement a hazard communication plan that includes employee training, conduct a personal protective equipment assessment and provide protective equipment for various operations. One other-than serious violation is failing to create and...
by , on August 31, 2012
Tricon Timber LLC in St. Regis, MT, was cited with proposed fines of $128k for violations including failing to provide adequate personal protective equipment, and implement a comprehensive energy control program and guard machines. Click here to read the OSHA News Release dated 8/27/12.
by , on August 31, 2012
Wenco Energy Corporation in Tulsa, OK, was cited with proposed fines of $167k by OSHA for safety and health violations including failing to lock out the energy sources of machinery during servicing and maintenance, and failing to assure that electrical cords are not exposed in order to prevent shocks or electrocution, as well as failing...
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