Proper trench safety can save your workers — and your business.
In September 2004, OSHA proposed $117,000 in penalties for a Pearland, TX, company for failing to provide workers with proper cave-in protection, and for failing to remove employees when there was evidence of a possible cave-in. The company was also cited for allegedly failing to provide workers with an adequate means of egress; use of a defective ladder; lack of personal protective equipment and fire protection; exposure to falling load; and failure to inspect the work site by a competent person.
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