During this year’s Workers’ Memorial Day, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) Kansas City office will host two events to remember those who have been injured or have died on the job.
During the follow-up inspection, OSHA found that the manufacturer of precast concrete has violated 14 health and safety standards, 10 of which are repeat violations.
Houston-based contractor Amalda Enterprises Inc. has been cited by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) for exposing employees to fall hazards while installing gutters at a construction site.
Two employers were fined by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) after several violations of federal safety regulations were discovered at a worksite in Lima, Ohio.
A company that manufacturers food and drink flavorings was fined $91,000 by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) after several safety violations were found at its Oakdale, Louisiana, facility.
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.
Cal/OSHA, the occupational safety and health administration that regulates workplace safety in California, has begun efforts to raise awareness about heat illnesses and methods of prevention.
A manufacturer of abrasive blasting and roofing materials has been fined $77,770 for 11 safety and health violations by OSHA.
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.
A supermarket in Mullens, West Virginia, learned the hard way what happens when OSHA finds out that an employer is not maintaining their OSHA 300 paperwork.
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.