1 hr ago | Painting/Wallcovering Contractor
Federal regulators have slapped 22 citations and $60,200 in fines on two government contractors in a flash fire that erupted inside some insulation ductwork and severely burned three workers.
5 hrs ago | HR Magazine
The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration ruled that an employee of Enercon Services working at a Kansas nuclear power plant was unlawfully terminated in retaliation for reporting unsafe working conditions.
7 hrs ago | ENR-Engineering News-Record
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration says that it might revisit the controversial standard for cranes and derricks for construction.
9 hrs ago | Shelter Island Reporter
The Shelter Island Fire District got a "qualified" opinion on its financials from its auditors, treasurer Amber Williams told commissioners Monday night.
14 hrs ago | Inside Bay Area
State regulators have fined Alta Bates Summit Medical Center in Oakland $142,970 for not properly isolating nearly two dozen patients suspected of having tuberculosis.
A construction worker from Lancaster County was killed in a fall early this morning at a Northampton County farm, Pennsylvania State Police said.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has scheduled a three-day training event for federal agency staff responsible for keeping federal workers safe and healthy on the job.
A Monro Muffler Brake store is facing $221,100 in fines for "willful, repeat and serious" safety violations, including exposed electrical wires next to a toilet paper dispenser, according to the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
There's more bad news this week surrounding the closest nuclear reactor to Kansas City after regulators determined that a contractor for the Wolf Creek Generating Station was fired in retaliation for calling out unsafe practices there.
A Louisiana woman will serve nearly five years in prison for impersonating a federal safety trainer to profit off of displaced members of the Gulf of Mexico's fishing community, many of whom spoke little or no English.
An engineering firm says it plans to appeal a decision by federal regulators in favor of a whistleblower allegedly fired for reporting unsafe conditions at a nuclear power plant in eastern Kansas.
In " Death on the Job: The Toll of Neglect ," an annual report released last week, the AFL-CIO evaluated the health and safety of American workers.
The construction worker who died in Evanston Thursday morning after he was struck by a falling beam was a 57-year-old man from Dyer, IN, according to the Cook County Medical Examiner's Office.
Ellison Bronze Inc. was recently recognized for achieving seven years in the Safety & Health Achievement Recognition Program.
Detective Sgt. Andy Kehm, of the Bethlehem Police Department, speaks about law enforcement response.