OSHA and the FMCSA strengthen their mutual resolve to protect commercial drivers from retaliation tactics for exposing unsafe practices by employers.
One of the world’s biggest airlines has been slapped with 16 Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) citations and a proposed $101,300 in fines, for safety violations at Newark Airport in Newark, New Jersey.
Following an immense hail storm recently, the community of Billings, Montana is being encouraged by OSHA to protect construction workers and roofers from potential fall hazards.
According to some, the growing immigration rates could lead to an outbreak of tuberculosis.
A Houston Chronicle Investigation recently found that Federal Inspectors do not know how many firms handle the dangerous task of cleaning the inside of railroad tankers that carry petrochemicals.
OSHA recently cited Case Development LLC, a building contractor of apartment complexes in Oklahoma, for serious and repeat violations.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has cited Torrance Castings, Inc. of La Crosse, Wisconsin for 10 safety violations stemming from an incident in July 2013 in which a worker was killed.
According to a new study from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), 5,000 people went to emergency rooms in 2012 because of injuries resulting from exposure to pool chemicals.
An office furniture reseller in New Brunswick, New Jersey, was fined over $70,000 for failing to provide safe working conditions and equipment to its employees, as well as not fixing previously-cited violations.
The official report revealed that members of the team violated eight of the 10 Standing Firefighting orders.
Although 36 represents a figure that is down from the 66 unreported incidents from 2009, the press statement said that actions must be taken to ensure that all workers come make it home at the end of their shift.