Worker, caught by MOL inspector, given significant fine for safety violation
By Adrian Miedema
An Ontario construction worker has been fined CAD1,500 (£811) after jumping from a hoist tower to a nearby roof. Unfortunately for the worker, a Ministry of Labour (MOL) inspector saw him do it.
The worker was wearing a fall protection harness and lanyard, but the lanyard was not tied off…
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