OSHA cites Mississippi Contractor for Employee Exposure to Cave-in Hazards

Last week, OSHA cited Mississippi-based company for failing to protect workers from a number of excavation hazards. Graham Construction Co. Inc. faces $161,771 in fines.

The company reportedly failed to protect workers from cave-ins while inside a 7-foot-deep excavation, provide a safe means to enter and exit the trench, and inspect the trench using a competent person. The company was also cited for failing to make sure employees wore reflective clothing while exposed to vehicular traffic…read more

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