OSHA did not demonstrate how Lane Construction could have prevented a 2015 fatality involving pile-driving work during a bridge project in Florida, the Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission ruled. OSHA had alleged the placement of machinery and its operator contributed to the incident, but "it is not clear from the record whether characteristics of the bridge worksite -- i.e., the location of the watercourse and highway -- would have limited the utility of such a system," according to OSHRC.
OSHRC rejects OSHA claim against Lane Construction
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