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Environmental regulators investigated an anonymous report alleging MFG Chemical Inc. in Dalton was illegally discarding waste five months before an accident injured a worker, government records show.
7 hrs ago | USA Today
Federal officials say United Airlines repeatedly put workers at Newark Liberty International Airport in danger of being injured by falls or by falling objects and other workplace hazards.
John Wolfe III, 53, Lebanon, suffered critical injuries on July 10 while operating a machine containing highly pressurized air at Brentwood Industries, 2101 Lehman St., West Lebanon Township.
Bryan county has a population of just more than 42,000-- but from its casino to Southeastern Oklahoma State University -- it offers thousands of employment opportunities to Texomans.
The mostly Asian and Hispanic women want the retail giant to make some wholesale changes to its plastic purchasing practices.
A Florida judge says he's "extremely skeptical" about changing the state's congressional districts before the 2014 elections.
Animal activists are claiming a victory today after the Occupational Safety and Health Administration hit the Miami Seaquarium with a pretty heft fine for letting trainers work with Lolita the orca without proper safety precautions.
The Kansas City, Mo., Police Department has identified the man who died from an accidental fall off of the US-24 bridge.
Ruwac is also touting its NA35 Series portable vacuums, which can safely collect airborne combustive dusts, gases and smoke emitted during the manufacturing process.
The Western Sugar Cooperative has been hit with a new round of proposed fines stemming from the Jan. 4 death of Anfesa Marie Galaktionoff at the Lovell sugar factory and subsequent investigations.
The U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration and the U.S. Department of Transportation's Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration have signed a memorandum of understanding to strengthen the coordination and cooperation between the agencies regarding the anti-retaliation provision of the Surface Transportation ... (more)
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has updated its Communications Tower directive regarding the use of hoist systems used to move workers to and from workstations on communication towers.
There was an incident that took place inside a solvent petroleum service company building in Mattydale on Route 11. According to Phil Jakes-Johnson, the building where this occurred recycled glycol or used anti-freeze.
"Help, there is an angry man waving a gun around in the lobby!" These are the kinds of words no employer wants to hear and can make all other concerns seem trivial in comparison.
Jose Alfredo Isagirrez-Mejia, 29, suffered fatal traumatic injuries on Monday, July 21 while working at a construction site in Fort Lauderdale, FL.
A Texas shipbuilder is facing its second federal safety case in nine months after inspectors recently found a range of hazards uncorrected from last fall.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration announced an enforcement emphasis program to address worker safety in North Dakota's oil and gas and construction industries, which have some of the nation's highest worker fatality rates, at nearly six times the national average.
Updated: Fri Jul 25, 2014 08:35 am
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