Prince Albert, Sask. company fined for OHS workplace safety violations

File photo of a roofer. A Prince Albert company has been fined over $6,800 for OHS workplace safety violations. AP Photo/File

A Prince Albert, Sask., company has been fined under occupational health and safety (OHS) regulations for failing to ensure worker safety on a job site.

An occupational health officer saw workers not using fall protection or wearing protective equipment during a worksite inspection in Emma Lake.

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Pro Image Roofing and Gutters was charged with failing to ensure workers were using a fall protection system, failing to provide approved industrial protective headwear when there is the risk of injury, and failing to ensure a ladder being used for access extends at least one metre above a platform or roof.

The company was found guilty of the violations in Prince Albert provincial court on Oct. 25 and fined a total of $6,880.

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It was found not guilty on a fourth charge.

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