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The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration has resumed normal enforcement operations throughout Florida following Hurricane Michael, officials announced Monday.
Hurricane Michael came ashore along parts of the Florida panhandle on Oct. 10, 2018, as a Category 4 storm, leveling beach towns and causing damage in the billions of dollars in several Southeastern states.
In the storm’s immediate aftermath, OSHA ceased programmed-planned enforcement inspections in all affected areas, and deployed safety and health professionals to assist employers and workers involved in recovery operations to eliminate serious hazards, according to Monday’s announcement.
OSHA’s response in both Georgia and Florida provided safety and health technical assistance to more than 2,700 workers, and on-site interventions removed more than 1,300 workers from serious hazards, according to the statement.
Industry insured losses from Hurricane Michael’s winds and storm surge will be $6 billion to $10 billion, AIR Worldwide, the Boston-based catastrophe modeler, said in a statement Monday.