The Department of Buildings has slammed a contractor with 41 violations after a construction worker fell to his death from a Midtown office building Monday.
Most of the violations against Stonehenge Restoration were related to safety.
The DOB said the worker who died was not wearing a harness before falling 12 stories onto a sidewalk shed.
Officials said there was also a lack of guardrails and no sign the scaffolding was inspected daily.
Other violations were for work without a permit, illegal signs and failure to report an accident.
The DOB immediately issued a full stop work order.