OSHA cited Appleton, Wis.-based Chilos Construction principal Bacilio Rios for repeat safety violations while performing residential roof work and proposed fines in excess of $281K; this is the second time Rios has been penalized by the Labor Dept.
All Phase Roofing and Lennar Homes are facing fines proposed by the U.S. Department of Labor for safety violations during roofing work. OSHA has cited repeat and serious violations and proposes $159,117 and $8,929 in penalties, respectively.
A Wisconsin roofing contractor is facing over $180,000 in fines from the U.S. Department of Labor for alleged repeated failure to protect workers and subcontractors from fall hazards following two incidents where employees were observed working without adequate fall protection.
Following an investigation by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries, a roofing contractor pled guilty to workers' comp fraud after he was found working while receiving benefits intended for injured workers.
OSHA is imposing significant fines on an Ohio-based roofing contractor, JHM Roofing, for repeatedly endangering workers with deadly fall hazards at multiple job sites in 2023 despite having fall protection equipment available.
Troyer Roofing & Coatings in Jamesport, Mo., faces OSHA penalties after an 18-year-old worker fell to his death while not using fall protection equipment, and the company allowed others to continue working without it; citations include previous fall protection violations.