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3 hrs ago | Pharmaceutical Online
At Interphex 2014, Todd and Todd interview Grant Rowe, Product Manager with Bullard to discuss the importance of respiratory protection equipment in the pharmaceutical manufacturing industry.
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7 hrs ago | The Mississippi Press
Chevron's Pascagoula refinery has been fined $24,000 related to the November explosion and fire that left one employee dead , according to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
8 hrs ago | WSFA-TV Montgomery
A federal safety complaint is being filed against one of the largest poultry producing companies in the United States over claims that its plant employees are forced to work in dangerous conditions.
10 hrs ago | Milling Journal
Billings, MT-The U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited CHS Inc. for 19 violations of workplace safety and health standards, including 14 serious, three repeat and two other-than-serious violations, at grain-handling facilities in Montana.
11 hrs ago | McGraw-Hill Construction
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer signed SB 1307 Tuesday night in an attempt to counter a 2012 bill and prevent the Occupational Safety and Health Administration from asserting its federal oversight role over all industries in Arizona - including residential and commercial construction - but only time will tell whether it will be enough.
12 hrs ago | The Miami Herald
The U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration said Wednesday the railroad improperly terminated the North Platte employee after he reported an injury.
16 hrs ago | JD Supra
On February 13, 2013, the San Antonio Express-News published an article titled "Eagle Ford pay is high, but work can be fatal."
Day two of the Fix50 project downtown provided little drama for commuters, as traffic mostly flowed smoothly.
A seemingly minor bill that would include labor history and free market capitalism in the public school curriculum sent the state Senate into a 90-minute debate Wednesday on the U.S. Constitution, balancing checkbooks and the 27th anniversary of the building collapse that killed 28 construction workers in Bridgeport.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration announced April 14, 2014, the launch of a local emphasis program in the U.S. Pacific region's retail industry to reduce workplace deaths and injuries.
The Union Pacific Railroad has been ordered to reinstate an injured employee and pay the worker more than $85,000 in damages in a clash over an injury on the job.
Federal safety regulators are proposing $211,000 in fines for a Minnesota agriculture company that authorities say repeatedly failed to make sure workers weren't exposed grain dust hazards in Montana.
Imagine you go into work tomorrow and learn you have to produce 25 percent more work in the same amount of time, without any additional resources.
The explosion at a fertilizer in West, Texas that killed at least 14 people and injured more than 200 others last April would have been prevented if there had been better oversight and regulations , according to preliminary findings from an investigation by the Chemical Safety Board released on Tuesday evening.
Safety issues are starting to take center stage across the entertainment industry in the wake of Sarah Jones ' death on the set of Midnight Rider .
Brancheau, a trainer, was killed by the orca Tilikum in 2010, an incident that became the subject of the documentary Blackfish.
April 23, 1987, is a date that will be always be remembered in Bridgeport. That's the day when greed and expediency trumped worker safety.