No charges are being laid in connection with a workplace accident at the Trans-Canada Highway construction site in Bonshaw in July.
In a statement from Bill Reid, the Workers Compensation Board’s occupation health and safety director, he said the investigation has finished and several safety improvement initiatives were put in place after the accident.
“Charges were not laid against the employer or any workers,” he said.
Occupational health and safety officials investigated after a boom truck for contractor Highfield Construction knocked out power to 10 Maritime Electric customers while it was lifting barriers on the Bonshaw Bridge.
No one was hurt during the incident.