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The Occupational Safety and Health Administration said Friday it has cited online retailer Amazon for failing to properly record and report work-related injuries and illnesses and proposed penalties totaling $29,008.
OSHA said it issued Amazon citations for 14 recordkeeping violations, including failing to properly record worker injuries and illnesses, misclassifying injuries and illnesses, not reporting injuries and illnesses within the required timeframe, and not providing OSHA with timely records.
The citations followed site inspections in July and August at warehouse facilities in Deltona, Florida; Waukegan, Illinois; New Windsor and Castleton, New York; Aurora, Colorado; and Nampa, Idaho.
OSHA said it opened a case against Amazon after receiving referrals from the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York.
Amazon has 15 days to comply or contest the citations.