This week, it was announced that OSHA had cited Coastal Roofing Inc. for exposing employees to fall and other hazards at a work site in St. Johns, Florida. OSHA has proposed penalties of $105,283 against the Jacksonville-based roofing company. The company was cited for failing to ensure employees used a fall protection system. OSHA also cited the company for failing to ensure employees used eye protection and not extending a portable ladder three feet above the roof landing.
The company was cited for similar safety violations in January of 2018. The company has 15 business days to comply, request an informal conference or contest the findings. Further details have been made available here.