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Failing to Comply Will Cost You, Now More Than Ever

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A recent bill will allow OSHA to increase fines for the first time since 1990.

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Top Ten Categories Of OSHA Violations

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Fall Protection continues it's run as the most cited violation according to OSHA.

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Agreement With U.S. Department of Justice Gives Bite to OSHA’s Bark in Criminal Cases

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OSHA recently cited James J. McCullagh Roofing Inc. for 10 safety violations 3 of which were willful violations. The investigation was due to the fatal June 2013 accident in which the worker fell 45 feet while performing roofing repairs on a church in Philadelphia.

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Kee Safety Donates to Children’s Miracle Network “Extra-Life” Event

Kee Safety Donates to Children’s Miracle Network “Extra-Life” Event

Kee Safety takes part in raising money for Children’s Miracle Network “Extra-Life” Events. Led by the fundraising participation of Chris and Hans Brush, almost $1500 was raised for this charity. 

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Workers’ Safety Comes Under Scrutiny

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Of the top 10 solar contractors in Hawaii, five have had to pay fines relating to fall protection violations over the past five years. The recent workplace death of a Hawaii man leads to the question, "Is enough being done?"

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OSHA Poised to Significantly Increase Fines

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A provision in the recent congressional budget gives OSHA the ability to adjust it's penalties from previous rates to account for inflation

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