Roofer fined $600K for failure to comply with safety agreement

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Business Insurance - Jul 21, 2021

A New Jersey roofing company that agreed to make safety improvements in a U.S. Department of Labor settlement in 2020 has been cited more than $600,000 by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration for its failure to do so, the agency said in a statement Tuesday....

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