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The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration said Wednesday that it cited a Georgia concrete pipe manufacturer after a 19-year-old worker was killed at a Florida worksite in March.
OSHA cited Newnan, Georgia-based Foley Products Co. LLC for one willful and six serious violations for exposing workers to crushed-by hazards by allowing them to enter cement mixers without following energy control procedures.
The agency proposed $245,546 in penalties.
The fatality occurred at a worksite in Cantonment, Florida, when the worker, who was inside a mixer chipping away at hardened concrete, became trapped when the machine started.
Foley Products has 15 business days to contest the citations and proposed penalties.