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Hopefully Companies will Implement Safer Work Practices to Avoid these Types of Tragedies

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Companies Fined for Big Bend Accident after Multiple Lives Lost and Serious Injury In June of 2017, a total of five employees of Tampa Electric Co., Gaffin Industrial Services Inc. and Brace Integrated Services Inc. lost their lives due to

OSHA Citation: Worker electrocuted because employer did not ensure safety procedures were followed.

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OSHA Regional News Release Worker electrocuted because his employer did not ensure safety procedures were followed A preventable incident, OSHA report reveals REDDICK, Fla. – Electrician’s apprentice was testing and repairing electrical transformers at a substation in Reddick when he

Arc Flash Incident: OSHA fines company for “avoidable” hazards

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OSHA Regional News Release Lack of protective equipment for electrician results in 1st and 3rd degree burns after arc flash. Steel manufacturer faces $147K in fines for “avoidable” hazards According to OSHA, an electric technician at a steel manufacturing plant