May 18, 2023 | Mark Paradies

Last Year’s Highest OSHA Fines

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Don’t Make the Top of This List

2022 had some large OSHA Fines. Most of these fines are still being disputed, but here is the list of the biggest proposed OSHA fines for the fiscal year 2022…

  1. AJL Home Improvements (roofing contractor) – $1,300,000
  2. My Auto Store (auto parts plant) – $1,200,000
  3. NOX US (vinyl tile flooring manufacturer) – $1,200,000
  4. DME Construction Associates – $1,200,000
  5. JDC Demolition Company – $1,200,000
  6. Charm Builders – $1,100,000

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