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Thursday, April 15, 2010

Woman Charged With Collecting Phony OSHA Fine

Here is an unusual news story from yesterday's edition of the Fresno Bee.

A 52-year old woman has been traveling around California posing as a CAL-OSHA inspector. She finds safety "violations," levies and collects a fine, and then charges for training classes to clear up the alleged violations. She was tracked through other states such as Nevada and Washington before she was found and arrested, so I wonder if her "inspection" activity extends outside of California.

Read the story in the Fresno Bee here.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

First thing when OSHA shows up on site....ask for credentials! A true inspector will show their credentials immediately 99/100 times.

9:06 AM  

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