OSHA Compliance

Osha Investigates Fatal Accident At Construction Sites

At IGS Dublin construction site one man fell to death and two of co-workers were injured during an accident. The two co-workers were treated for their injuries which were non life threatening injuries.

The workers were working on scaffolding when the incident occurred as this was guided by the rescue team at the incident. This workers were employed by International Masonry Inc. one of the subcontractors on the project. Earlier IGS President said that the site where the accident occurred was under the construction. Earlier before, IGS learned of a construction related accident that claimed life of mason Wilbert Johnson and injured two other employees of
International Masonry.

Messer Construction which is project construction manager is gathering facts & co-operating with OSHA and local authorities to support OSHA’s investigation on this case.

IGS President also expressed his deepest condolences to death of employees in this incident. Due to OSHA officials investigation as of now the construction on the site has been stopped and will be like this until OSHA completes the investigation.

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