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OSHA proposes $1.3M fines after construction worker deaths in Boston

August 19, 2021


Federal workplace safety regulators on Wednesday, August 18, 2021, proposed $1.3 million in penalties for the construction company that employed two men who died when they were struck by a dump truck and pushed into a 9-foot (2.75-meter) deep trench at a sewer project in Boston in February, according to the Associated Press.

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration cited Atlantic Coast Utilities LLC/Advanced Utilities Inc., owner Laurence Moloney, and two associated companies for what it called “a long history of ignoring the safety and health of its employees.”

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