The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has announced that two construction companies in Colorado have been cited and fined due to a dozen serious violations surrounding the death of a construction worker last year. In August 2015, 39-year-old Tereso Zamarippa-Hernandez was working for Erie-based Ramos Roofing when he fell 15 feet to his death through a hole in a roof onto solid concrete. He would later be announced dead at the scene by emergency services in Longmont, Colo. When OSHA investigators arrived at the scene, they discovered a number of alarming safety issues committed by Ramos Roofing, as ... Read More
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