OSHA Violations

September 2017

From the Pennsylvania Bulletin

Silvi Concrete submitted a Notice of Intent to Remediate at their concrete facility in Sanatoga, PA. Groundwater at the site was found to be contaminated with TCE (trichloroethylene). The site is proposed for continued use as a concrete plant.

January 8, 2015

It was reported in the Trentonian News that OSHA officials were investigating the Silvi Group in an accident where an employee was killed when he was buried by sand. It was noted that OSHA had previously cited the complex’s owner, Silvi Group, in 2012 for allowing a barge’s aerial lift to be used in a prohibited fashion. Read the article on the Trentonian's website.


OSHA, or Occupational Safety and Health Administrations is the government body assigned to regulate workplace safety.  From 1989 to 2002 the Silvi brothers, owners of Gibraltar Rock have had approximately 20 violations.  OSHA categorized most of these violations as "Serious" and many are related to hazardous silica (quartz) dust.

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