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Brooklyn DA charges 3 with fake OSHA certificate scam

April 27, 2023

As part of the investigation, the DOI executed a search warrant at Moore’s workplace, discovering computers, a card printer and counterfeit cards used to indicate that a worker has completed required safety courses approved by OSHA or Site Safety Training certification. The agency alleges she made and sold fake cards to customers for $200 to $650 each.

The DOI also says it made an undercover purchase of a fraudulent OSHA-30 card from Bonello at his company, National Site Safety, and purchased phony cards from Kaushanskiy’s company, Odessa Safety. Both defendants are authorized by OSHA to train workers, but the investigation alleges they sold cards without providing the training.

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