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  • March 27 [Region 2 News Release] - 2001 - 03/27/2001 - WILLIAMSTOWN, NEW YORK, WIRE-MAKING PLANT CITED BY OSHA FOR ALLEGED SAFETY AND HEALTH VIOLATIONS; $78,000 IN PENALTIES PROPOSED
  • March 26 [Region 3 News Release] - 2001 - 03/26/2001 - FREEPORT, PA FIRM CITED FOR SAFETY AND HEALTH VIOLATIONS
  • March 26 [Region 1 News Release] - 2001 - 03/26/2001 - OSHA PROPOSES OVER $62,000 IN FINES AGAINST BOSTON-BASED CONTRACTOR FOR ALLEGED REPEAT SAFETY VIOLATIONS FOLLOWING INSPECTION AT NEW BEDFORD, MASS., CONSTRUCTION SITE
  • March 22 [Region 4 News Release] - 2001 - 03/22/2001 - OSHA FINES BRISTOLPIPE NEARLY $293,000 FOLLOWING ELECTROCUTION AT GREENSBORO, GA., PLANT
  • March 15 [Region 4 News Release] - 2001 - 03/15/2001 - OSHA PROPOSES $123,200 PENALTY FOR SAFETY VIOLATIONS FOUND AT HUNTSVILLE TRENCHING SITE
  • March 09 [Region 2 News Release] - 2001 - 03/09/2001 - BROOKLYN, NEW YORK, HOSPITAL CITED BY OSHA FOR ALLEGED SAFETY VIOLATIONS; $79,000 IN PENALTIES PROPOSED
  • March 07 [Region 4 News Release] - 2001 - 03/07/2001 - OSHA FINES COTTONTON, ALA., PAPER MANUFACTURING PLANT $72,650
  • March 07 [Region 4 News Release] - 2001 - 03/07/2001 - OSHA FINES NORTH CAROLINA CONTRACTOR $61,000 FOLLOWING ELECTROCUTION AT LOGANVILLE, GA., JOB SITE
  • March 07 [Region 4 News Release] - 2001 - 03/07/2001 - OSHA INITIATIVE FOCUSES ON REDUCING FATALITIES IN NORTH GEORGIA'S CARPET AND RUG INDUSTRY
  • March 02 [Trade News Release] - 2001 - 03/02/2001 - ACCSH PUBLIC MEETING SCHEDULED FOR MARCH 15-16 IN WASHINGTON, DC

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