Magistrate Springer fined the defendant $110,000 and ordered professional and court costs totalling $1,097.95.    A conviction was recorded.

The court held the PCUB as being the person responsible, and yet it may have been avoided if the site supervisor or the PCUB had received a simple site risk assessment that identified the open trench and lack of protection.

A single safety assessment could save the PCUB thousands or even the closure of the business unless they have the information to keep things safe.

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