For example, as noted in the 7 October 1998 The Atlanta Journal Constitution, OSHA cited two construction firms and proposed fines totaling $244,000 for safety violations in a trench cave-in
that killed a 25-year-old worker.
Cal-OSHA said in a report that Kennco did not protect Church ``from a cave-in
by an adequate protective system designed in accordance with'' state safety and health regulations.
that trapped 33 miners deep underground in a small gold and copper mine in the far north of Chile.
Also in the northwest, 19 workers lost their lives in a cave-in
set off by an explosion in a mine in December.
Powershot Utility Construction Services of Nashua faces $64,700 in proposed fines from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration for alleged cave-in
hazards at a North Conway worksite
The gas emissions and a cave-in
were found on a 1,530-meter slope on the 3,776-meter mountain, but no volcanic gas was detected and other data also suggest the phenomenon is not related to volcanic activities, the agency said.
a Norridge, IL-based contractor, to provide a monthly report of its work locations to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), permit unannounced jobsite audits by qualified independent consultants and annually train workers on cave-in
protection for the next two years.
Mario and his workmates' ordeal began after the cave-in
on August 5.
COPIAPO: Chilean miners who survived 18 days after a cave-in
received hydration gel and medication through a narrow drill hole on Monday, but officials said it could be months before the men are freed.
An intermittent drizzle spurred fears that a heavier rain could cause a massive cave-in
The relaunch comes after a backbench revolt over his refusal to build new grammar schools and a cave-in
on axeing free admission to museums.
The standard requires protective systems like shielding, shoring and other support systems, or walls benched or sloped so that a cave-in