MI: MIOSHA Cites Clean Air Insulation for Serious Violations for Asbestos Hazards

MI: MIOSHA Cites Clean Air Insulation for Serious Violations for Asbestos Hazards

Lansing, MI (CompNewsNetwork) - Michigan Department of Energy, Labor & Economic Growth (DELEG) Director Stanley “Skip” Pruss today announced the Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MIOSHA) has cited Clean Air Insulation, of Redford, with $63,750 in proposed penalties for allegedly failing to adequately protect employees and the general public from serious asbestos hazards at the Village Plaza building in Dearborn.

"Clean Air Insulation was hired to perform asbestos abatement at the Village Plaza building in Dearborn, and yet they did not carry out the work in a manner that would assure protection of their workers or the public," said Pruss. "Furthermore the company did not possess a license to perform asbestos abatement work, and did not utilize accredited asbestos abatement workers to perform the work.  We will not allow this indifference to public and worker safety …read more