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A Dollar Tree Stores Inc. location has been cited for exposing workers to safety hazards, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration announced Thursday.
Based on an October 2020 inspection, OSHA cited the Dollar Tree store in Beverly Hills, Florida, for fire, entrapment and struck-by hazards; blocked exit routes; and improperly stacked boxes and other materials that could fall on workers. The agency proposed a penalty of $265,000 against the store.
Since 2018, Dollar Tree stores in Alabama, Florida, Georgia and Tennessee have been cited for Occupational Safety and Health Act violations carrying proposed penalties of more than $1.3 million.
Chesapeake, Virginia-based Dollar Tree has 15 business days to contest the latest citations.
Dollar Tree Stores Inc. has been issued a $503,200 citation — one of the largest fines assessed by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries — for repeat safety violations.