• Employees get safety training but don’t actively work on program development or hazard review.  “Diesel fuel used for cranes was observed stored on the barge.”

Britton had hired a site safety director about two weeks before the incident. Since then, it also hired Fortier Loss Control Consultants Inc. to conduct additional training — in English and Spanish — and follow corrective action suggested in the report, said Britton spokesman John Van Mol.

Estrada-Jimenez had been known to the company as Rudolfo Bustillos after using false identification for hiring. It now uses E-Verify to check job applicants.

Britton officials are reviewing the TOSHA citation and have not determined if they will contest the latest fine, Van Mol said.

The company was fined $16,750 for safety violations related to the Jan. 25 death of a project foreman who was hit in the head by a track hoe bucket and arm. It is contesting the fine but a hearing date has not yet been set.

The ">$24.7-million job, which began Jan. 3, involves demolishing and reconstructing the Henley Street Bridge, built across the Tennessee River in 1932.

Classified as structurally deficient, the 1,793-ft bridge will keep its main arches and piers, but get new deck, sidewalks, railings, girders, floor beams, spandrel columns to the top of the existing concrete arches, upper parts of abutments and piers, wing walls and roadway approach slabs.