State officials has cited and fined a California ski resort for violating two workplace safety codes following an investigation into a ski patroller’s death.
KRNV-TV reported 42-year-old Squaw Valley Ski Resort patroller Joe Zuiches died in January while working avalanche control.
California’s Division of Occupational Safety and Health concluded the resort failed “to correct an identified unsafe working condition” in regards to hang cord the patrollers were using. The division also cited the resort for “failing to ensure that all crewmembers maintained visual contact or awareness” with each other.
The ski resort was fined a total of $20,250.
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