OSHA inspected a Dollar General store in Pennsylvania for one serious incident and three repeat violations, and proposes a fine of $113,300. The compliant alleged hazards due to bolted and blocked exits and blocked aisles. The company was also cited for failure to have a fire extinguisher readily available. Dollar General stores have been cited more than 40 times and inspected by OSHA more than 70 times since 2009, usually because of blocked exits, electrical panels, as well as improperly maintained fire extinguishers. "It only takes one emergency for workers to get hurt or killed because of the company's deficient safety practices", says OSHA's area director of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.