OSHA starts review after Charlotte airport construction worker fatally electrocuted

July 27, 2022

A worker died during a construction accident at Charlotte Douglas International Airport in North Carolina in July. Rosendin Electric, a company based in San Jose, California, filed a report confirming the death with the NC Department of Labor. John Mallow, spokesman for the Department of Labor, said the death was caused by electrocution. The employee was found unresponsive at the construction site, Rosendin spokeswoman Salina Brown told The Charlotte Observer Tuesday afternoon. Brown also said OSHA and the company are investigating the death, in addition to the state.


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