OSHA fines on fall-protection violations challenged by New York contractor

A New York masonry contractor is contesting an OccupationalSafety and Health Administration $136,290 fine for violations of fall-protection standards.a

A New York masonry contractor is contesting an OccupationalSafety and Health Administration $136,290 fine for violations of fall-protection standards. Blade Contracting Inc. contends that an employee who fell at a job site did not use the ladder that was provided and was trying to take a shortcut, which resulted in his accident, according to Blade’s law firm.

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