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Con Edison faces potential fine over breaches of safety rules

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Mar 15, 2019 5:40 PM 1+ week ago

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(Reuters) - Energy company Consolidated Edison Inc could face a possible fine over accusations of lapses in safety rules related to gas infrastructure work in New York City, a local regulator said on Friday.

After receiving allegations in a 2016 anonymous letter that utility contractors had cheated on operator qualification exams, the New York State Public Service Commission (PSC) said it directed gas companies to look into it.

Con Edison found evidence of cheating at two contractors, the PSC said, and violations of construction requirements at work done by the contractors.

"The investigation found that the company failed to inspect work completed by its contractors during construction and at sufficient intervals to ensure compliance, and that it allowed work to be completed by plastic fusers and plastic fusion inspectors who were not qualified to do the work," the regulator added.

"Several years ago, we became aware ...

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