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Inspection: 1226062.015 - Amg Sign Company Inc.
Inspection Information - Office: Ca Los Angeles
Amg Sign Company Inc.
1106 N Vine St
Los Angeles, CA 90038
2344 S Mills Ave., Pomona, CA 91766
Union Status: NonUnion
NAICS: 541850/Display Advertising
Inspection Type: Accident
Advanced Notice: N
Close Conference: 08/29/2017
|#||Citation ID||Citaton Type||Standard||Issuance Date||Abatement Due Date||Current Penalty||Initial Penalty||FTA Penalty||Contest||Latest Event||Note|
|1.||01001||Other||342(A)||08/31/2017||$5,000||$5,000||$0||12/27/2017||O - Administrative Law Judge Order||Citation has been deleted.|
|2.||01002||Other||29400006 D02||08/31/2017||$350||$350||$0||12/27/2017||O - Administrative Law Judge Order|
|3.||01003||Other||3203(A)(4)(B)||08/31/2017||$350||$350||$0||12/27/2017||O - Administrative Law Judge Order|
|4.||01004||Other||3395(I)||08/31/2017||$350||$350||$0||12/27/2017||O - Administrative Law Judge Order|
|5.||01005||Other||3413(A)||08/31/2017||$350||$350||$0||12/27/2017||O - Administrative Law Judge Order|
|6.||02001||Serious||29400006 D||08/31/2017||$315||$5,400||$0||12/27/2017||O - Administrative Law Judge Order|
|7.||03001||Serious||2946(B)(2)||08/31/2017||$10,800||$10,800||$0||12/27/2017||O - Administrative Law Judge Order|
|8.||04001||Serious||3212(D)(1)||08/31/2017||09/13/2017||$6,300||$10,800||$0||12/27/2017||O - Administrative Law Judge Order|
|9.||05001||Serious||3416(F)||08/31/2017||09/13/2017||$630||$10,800||$0||12/27/2017||O - Administrative Law Judge Order|
At 11:08 a.m. on April 10, 2017, Employee #1 and Coworker #1, employed by a sign company, were on a building roof and preparing to hang an advertising sign. Emp loyee #1 used a rope to hoist an aluminum ladder up from the alley. He then gra bbed the upper end of the ladder and began to walk backwards while dragging the ladder along the parapet wall. The lower end of the ladder rose up and made con tact with an energized high voltage power line operating at 4,800 volts that was in proximity to the building. Employee #1 sustained an electric shock. Emerge ncy services were called, and Employee #1 was transported to the hospital. He w as admitted and treated for multiple burns.
Keywords:burn, construction, electric shock, electrocuted, hoist, installing, ladder, material handling, power lines, roof
|1||1226062.015||Hospitalized injury||Construction Laborer|