A worker was working on the roof of a four-storey complex when he fell from the edge and died. As a result, a company was charged with eight OHS violations, including failing to ensure proper roof brackets and planks are installed as work progresses on a roof and to ensure workers are wearing or using fall-protection equipment. The company’s owner was also charged with two safety offences. And another company was charged with failing to maintain owner’s land or premises in a manner that ensures the health and safety of persons at or near a workplace [Truss Worthy Framing and Renovations Ltd., David Busk Sr. and Hanias Properties, Govt. News Release, April 29, 2015].