November 12, 2007 | Mark Paradies

Monday Accident & Lessons Learned: Recent OSHA Fines – Does Your Safety Program Have the Tools It Needs to Avoid Serious Accidents?

Here are some recent stories and press releases about OSHA fines:

OSHA Fines Kansas City Power & Light $21,000 After Accident that Kills 2 and Injures 4

OSHA Proposes $128,000 in Fines for Violations at Oshkosh Specialty Vehicles

OSHA Proposes $196,000 in Fines for Violations at Cintas Corp in Mobile, AL

OSHA Fines Gary Grading $136,200 After Accident

D’Alessandro Corp Fined $52,000 After Trench Cave-In

Does your safety program have the tools it needs to prevent these types of accidents and fines? Good root cause analysis – applied during the investigation of incidents and near-misses and during proactive audits and observations – can help you stop major accidents and avoid serious OSHA fines.

To learn about TapRooT® and how it can help you improve performance, we recommend attending either a 2-Day TapRooT® Incident Investigation and Root Cause Analysis Course or 5-Day TapRooT® Advanced Root Cause Analysis Team Leader Course.

Preventing even a single accident or OSHA fine can pay for your training and your improvement program for years to come.

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