Last Year’s Highest OSHA Fines
Don’t Make the Top of This List
2022 had some large OSHA Fines. Most of these fines are still being disputed, but here is the list of the biggest proposed OSHA fines for the fiscal year 2022…
- AJL Home Improvements (roofing contractor) – $1,300,000
- My Auto Store (auto parts plant) – $1,200,000
- NOX US (vinyl tile flooring manufacturer) – $1,200,000
- DME Construction Associates – $1,200,000
- JDC Demolition Company – $1,200,000
- Charm Builders – $1,100,000
Stopping Major Accidents
How can you stop major accidents and fatalities? Start by reading THIS ARTICLE.
Next, I think the best thing that you can do is to adopt an advanced root cause analysis system:
TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis
Without advanced root cause analysis, your efforts to stop accidents are a waste of time.
Why? Because it takes advanced root cause analysis and effective corrective actions to improve performance and stop fatalities. You must do superior investigations with the best root cause analysis system to really improve performance.
If you need to learn more about TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis, attend one of our TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis Courses.
You can see the schedule for our upcoming Public TapRooT® RCA Courses HERE.
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