Florida Roofing Company Cited After Employee Suffers Fatal Heat-Related Injury

Florida - Florida Roofing Company Cited After Employee Suffers Fatal Heat-Related InjuryOSHA investigated Southeastern Subcontractors Inc., after an employee died from hyperthermia while working at a residential site in Jacksonville, Fla. The company was cited for exposing employees to heat-related injuries, and failing to report a workplace fatality to OSHA within eight hours. OSHA proposed penalties of $22,173. For more information, read the news release.

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