Accountability a Must to Lower Astounding Number of Construction Site Injuries, Deaths

By Michael Hersh, K|U Managing Partner

In January, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) cited Florida Roofing Experts Inc., a Jacksonville roofing contractor, for failing to protect workers from falls. OSHA proposed over $1 million in penalties. According to OSHA, Florida Roofing Experts Inc. has an extensive history of violations demonstrating disregard for worker safety.

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