Sunday, November 05, 2000

Tower builder may be fined

The Associated Press

        CINCINNATI — The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has proposed $120,000 in fines for an Atlanta company accused of violating federal workplace safety regulations.

        Inspectors said Friday that Clear Communications Group failed to use fall-protection devices for workers on a telecommunications tower under construction in Georgetown, about 40 miles southeast of Cincinnati.

        The company has 15 working days to comply with the citations or contest them.


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