Has OSHA Resumed Strategy of Publicly Shaming Employers?

December 4, 2017

 On December 1, 2017, OSHA issued a news release on its website announcing that citations had been issued by the agency against Manafort Brothers, Inc. for alleged violations at a construction cite in Portsmouth, N.H. The citations proposed penalties of $329,548 for allegedly exposing employees to mercury and respiratory hazards.  The news release included a statement by OSHA’s Area Director opining: “These hazards were certainly preventable.”

 

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