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Early details of the incident conflicted. It was not clear whether the roof collapsed on top of the victims or gave way below them.
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Source capture is the recommended method of fume extraction because it removes contaminated air at the source, before it reaches a welder's breathing zone.
A worker has died at what Amazon tells us is a third-party package sorting facility for the New York metropolitan area.
Officials with both the town and fire department have said there is not yet a signed fire protection contract guaranteeing the town fire service for the year 2014.
Tyson Foods has been cited by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration for four workplace safety violations at its Hutchinson plant after a worker's hand was severed by an unguarded conveyor belt.
"Since that incident, we have focused on cooperating fully with investigations conducted by both the Occupational Safety and Health Administration and the Florida State Fire Marshal, while cleaning up and making repairs to our facility," said Scott Brockelmeyer, spokesman for Ferrellgas, the parent company of Blue Rhino.
Federal workplace safety officials have cited the U.S. Postal Service in the July death of a mail carrier who collapsed while walking his route on a day that the heat index went over 100 degrees.
Another accident at a Houston pipe manufacturer has followed two amputations, scores of citations, and well over $1 million in federal fines there.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited Aldridge Electric Inc .
INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENT AT A STEEL PLANT IN ECORSE. AND RIGHT NOW, AN INVESTIGATION IS UNDER WAY TO DETERMINE WHAT CAUSED THE WEEKEND INCIDENT THAT KILLED A 32-YEAR-OLD MAN.
Here is a timeline of the events in the aftermath of the fire at the Chevron Richmond refinery in 2012.
The Nueces County Medical Examiners Office has released the names of the two men killed in a construction accident from over the weekend.
A Hartford welding shop is being fined $167,750 by the federal workplace safety regulators for not fixing a number of hazards identified more than a year ago.
Major wage and safety law violations involving millions of U.S. workers are not preventing their employers from reaping billions of dollars in federal contracts, according to a new study released by a Senate panel.
Long-term care facilities and other healthcare providers are not required to dispose of contaminated linen as "regulated waste," the Occupational Safety and Health Administration clarified in a recent letter.