The letter from OSHA told Graceworks a December inspection of the workplace at Vista Place, 6451 Far Hills Ave., disclosed two hazards.
According to the letter, maintenance employees and sub-contractors “performing work and/or walking to gain access to work area on or near the edge of the low slope pitch roof without a fall protection system were exposed to trip and fall hazards.”
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The letter detailed voluntary steps Graceworks could take to eliminate or reduce hazards.
Mark French, a 30-year veteran of the P&R Communication company, died Oct. 11 after he fell from the tower at the Bethany Village complex. Centerville police alerted OSHA to the 54-year-old Dayton man’s death, and the agency’s investigators were on scene within 45 minutes, said Montgomery, the OSHA area director.
An OSHA inspection involving P&R Communications was closed without citations, said OSHA spokesman Scott Allen. The company’s chief executive, Katie Ward, did not respond to the newspaper’s request for comment.