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Subcontracted Worker is Tragically Killed in a Dry-Dock Accident at Kings Bay in Georgia

August 29, 2021

KINGS BAY, GEORGIA - A news report published on states that a worker was tragically killed in an accident at the Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay.*  The report states that the worker feel from a dry dock.  A Naval submarine base spokesperson confirmed the tragic fall accident.

The unnamed worker, who was working for a subcontractor, was hired to work at the dry dock.  He died as a result of the injuries he sustained in a fall.

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration, the agency that reviews workplace accidents and workplace safety procedures, is currently investigating the fall accident.

Right now, it is not clear how the worker fell.  FD Thomas, a spokesperson for ASCR Industrial who was the victim's employer, stated that the company is working to collect further details about the fatal incident.  

According to the company's press release, the company stated that safety is their top priority.  The company also reported that they would stop all work for a three-day period to permit their internal team and OSHA to investigate the work site before resuming operations.  To make sure the wokrplace is safe. 

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