A St. Louis steel fabricator has been fined more than $50,000 by a federal agency for 15 workplace safety violations.
Federal regulators want to fine a St. Louis steel manufacturer nearly $52,000 after finding more than two dozen safety violations in an investigation spurred by a worker’s electrocution.
Andy Gammon of Park Hills, Mo., died during construction of a new Mississippi River bridge.
The agency says the fine stems from six safety violations at Gilster-Mary Lee Corp.’s plant in Steeleville.
Was operating a manlift that toppled into the water.
OSHA cited Resource Management in Maryland Heights with 37 health and safety violations.
The center “failed to properly ensure” it was in compliance.