Dollar General has been hit with more fines for worker safety violations, this time for issues at three Southeast stores amounting to $387,000, the Department of Labor said Thursday.

Federal inspectors with the department’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration found merchandise blocking exit routes at two stores in Florida, exposing workers to fire and entrapment hazards, as well as blocked exit routes and unstable stockpiles of boxes and merchandise at a store in Alabama, according to a press release.

“Dollar General’s growing record of disregard for safety measures makes it abundantly clear that the company puts profit before people,” said OSHA Regional Administrator Kurt Petermeyer in a statement. “These violations are preventable, and failing to prevent them shows a blatant disregard for the workers on whom they depend to keep their stores operating. OSHA continues to make every effort to hold Dollar General accountable for its failures.”