JMJ Construction LLC, Canby, Ore., faces citations and $105,800 in fines for allegedly allowing three employees to work at heights without fall protection at a Hillsboro, Ore., job site, risking an 18-foot fall, according to Bloomberg Law. The company is not an NRCA member.
JMJ Construction was performing roofing work on a commercial building as a subcontractor.
Since February 2020, the company has been cited four times for violating a rule that requires employers to implement fall-protection systems at job sites when there is a hazard of falling 6 feet or more to a lower level. JMJ Construction has filed an appeal.
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