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AN Edinburgh-based aviation services company has been fined more than 45,000 in the United States after an investigation into the death of a baggage handler found the firm had broken safety rules.
An investigation is set to begin into a quarry explosion that damaged two homes in Tierrasanta.
Federal safety inspectors have found more than a dozen serious safety violations related to the handling of hazardous materials at the Housing Authority of New Orleans' Iberville construction site.
According to a U.S. Department of Labor news release, two employees were injured following an explosion at Indianhead Explorations LLC, doing business as Indianhead Biomass Services, permanently disabling one employee and causing the other to suffer a leg injury.
A group that owns several well-known Newport mansions has been cited by federal workplace safety inspectors for allegedly exposing workers to lead-based paint and potentially fatal falls.
In the last decade, the "Internet of Things" has expanded from a small set of assets with first-generation radio frequency identification tags to a proliferation of devices using a variety of wireless machine-to-machine technologies.
A total of 423 employers-an increase of 23 percent from a year ago-make up the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's really bad actors list, according to recently updated data.
Two drivers and a foreman who were fired by a Michigan paving contractor after raising safety concerns will receive nearly $1 million in back wages and damages under a federal settlement.
Baggage tugs and carts are parked in a busy ramp area of Los Angeles International Airport.
SeaWorld won't appeal ruling pulling trainers from water at killer whale shows SeaWorld Entertainment is not pursuing an appeals challenging federal safety citations.
A Hanford Nuclear Reservation contractor has been ordered to reinstate a worker who the U.S. Department of Labor says was fired for voicing concerns about nuclear and environmental safety, officials said Wednesday.
Tow tractors are used to pull luggage and cargo trailers throughout the airport.
The U.S. Department of Labor has reached a settlement with Gaines Motor Lines and its owners that includes paying more than a quarter of a million dollars to resolve findings made by the department's Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
Cathy Lanser, spokesperson for the health care management company Care Wisconsin, tells NBC15 that a convicted felon we first reported about last year has moved from a secured residential facility in Baraboo to another one in the Town of Winfield, near Reedsburg.
SeaWorld Entertainment has decided not to go to the Supreme Court to appeal a federal ruling that bars trainers from performing with its killer whales.
Updated: Sat Aug 23, 2014 05:21 am
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