A New Jersey roofing company that agreed to make safety improvements in a U.S. Department of Labor 2020 has been quoted more than $ 600,000 by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration for its failure to do so, the agency said in a statement Tuesday.
Lodiec, New Jersey-based Janiec Roofing Inc. had been fined for nine security breaches related to fall protection and other security issues during two inspections in 2019. The following year, the company entered into an agreement with DOL to establish a comprehensive written safety and health program. provide training to managers and workers and create daily safety checklists to identify and eliminate hazards, according to OSHA.
In a follow-up inspection in 2020, however, the inspectors found workers on roofs without falling protection, unsafe use of ladders and lack of protection against head, eyes and falls. An inspection in 2021
The company has 15 working days from receipt of its quotations to dispute the results.
The owner of Janiec Roofing was not available for comment.