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Mark Erlich

Selling out workers' safety

By Mark Erlich
July 7, 2007

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ON MARCH 8, a 27-year-old Ecuadoran carpenter fell to his death on a 450-unit residential project in Woburn. The builder, Avalon Bay, a giant national development firm, had been cited by OSHA in December for failure to meet fall protection standards on similar sites in Newton and Danvers. The carpenter was being paid in cash, one of the growing army ... (Full article: 727 words)

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