Some articles that could be used to red tag this would be.
348.30(A) Supports for FMC
110.26(A)(3) Height of working space.
I do not see how the work space rules would not apply to a fusible disconnect.
110.26(A) Working Space. Working space for equipment operating at 600 volts, nominal, or less to ground and likely to require examination, adjustment, servicing, or maintenance while energized shall comply with the dimensions of 110.26(A)(1), (2), and (3) or as required or permitted elsewhere in this Code.
Certainly a fusible disconnect may need servicing while energized.
One more thing I see, is that the transformer grounding electrode conductor run up the wall to the right of the disconnect?
If it is I do not see any supports as required by 250.64(B)
I am not trying to defend a lousy installation but some of the things mentioned are not NEC violations.
I think it is easy to forget that just because an installation is not up to our own standards does not necessarily mean it is a code violation.
The Grounded conductor if not terminated does not require identification.
200.6(B) "at the time of installation by a distinctive white marking at its terminations
Mismatched phase tape colors, what code article could be cited to show this is a violation?