USA Fanter, a construction company based out of Saipan, Northern Marina Islands, received citations from the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) following the deaths of three employees who were exposed to high levels of hydrogen sulfide gas. USA Fanter now faces projected fines of nearly $60,000. In July of 2017, USA Fanter employees were working near an unidentified well on a jobsite. Construction industry requirements state that wells must be identified and labeled as areas of confined space. While working near the well, one of the employees became exposed to toxic fumes while down in ... Read More
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