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MASSACHUSETTS'S FALLEN WORKERS

These are a few of the men and women that went to work in Massachusetts and were fatally injured never going home to their families at the end of their shift. We remember, honor and recognize these men and women for their dedication and hardwork. We would like to sincerely thank the families that shared their loved one's picture and their tragic loss with USMWF.

 

peopleRobert Augeri, 31

Robert was killed on the job in June 2008 while working for Brox Industries, Labor Union Local 175 in Dracut, Massachusetts. He was struck by a truck while working.

Federal OSHA investigated the incident and proposed a $14,700.00 penalty for three serious violations. In an informal settlement the penalty was reduced to $10,000.00 for three serious violations. This inspection is closed.

Inspection: 312187446 - Brox Industries

This photo was sent in by his mother Kim Augeri.

~ 6/3/1977 - 6/3/2008 ~

 

peopleJames "Bear" Craig, 52

James was killed in January 2012, while working for The Town of Greenfield, MA.

This was not in the OSHA's jurisdiction

This photo was sent in by his wife Rebecca March.

 

~ 1/17/1959 -1/12/2012~

 

peopleJustin Harrington, 27

Justin was killed in January 2018 while working at Michael Maceachern (Stoneworks Construction) in Annisquam, MA. He was killed while he was working on the excavation of a basement when he became caught between the backhoe and an I-beams that had been supporting the house.

Federal OSHA investigated the incident and assessed a $3,880 penalty for one serious violation. In an informal settlement the penalty was reduced to $3,492. This case is closed.

Inspection: 1288571.015 - Michael Maceachern

This photo was sent in by his mom, Rena Harrington.

~1/3/1991-1/18/2018 ~

peoplePaul Robert King, 50

Paul was killed on the job was killed on the job in July 2005 at Boston Logan International Airport while working at MainTech, LLC. in Boston, Massachusetts. He was electrocuted while working on a piece of equipment.

Federal OSHA investigated and proposed a $55,000.00 penalty for eight willful violations. The case is closed. Inspection: 308108885 - Main Tech.

This photo was sent in by Melissa King of Malden, MA. ----He was assigned the job of a licensed electrician even though he held no licenses. His Company was held liable for the full amount because they filed an appeal too late. April 19, 1955 - July 27, 2005

~ 4/19/1954 – 8/3/2004 ~