Florida

A 32-year-old worker entered a wire mesh manufacturing machine to retrieve a fallen metal bar, he was struck and killed. OSHA proposes $697,700 fine.

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OSHA inspectors found 25 safety and health violations at the company’s facilities in Pensacola. Find out what they were.

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A worker was electrocuted at a residential job site in Boca Raton when attempting to reposition a metal ladder that made contact with overhead power lines.

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Use this map to see what the texting and driving laws are in each state.

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World Recycling Inc. in Gainesville has been cited with 24 safety and health violations by OSHA for exposing workers to a variety of hazards.

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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – OSHA has cited Best Florida Construction Inc. of Tampa with three repeat violations for exposing workers to fall hazards while they were conducting framing work at a new apartment complex on Baymeadows Road East in Jacksonville. OSHA initiated an inspection in February …

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WHITE CITY, Fla. –OSHA has cited Ditchdiggers of Fort Pierce for two trenching violations while workers were installing a new section of a sewer drain at 4820 S. U.S. Route 1 and E. Midway Road in White City. An inspection was initiated as part of …

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OSHA hasn’t had much to say about the Injury Illness Prevention Plan (I2P2) in recent months. But if you thought that I2P2 was going away, think again. Last week, OSHA issued a White Paper signalling that I2P2 remains very much at the top of its agenda.

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The University’s Electrical Safety Program stresses that electricity has long been recognized as a serious workplace hazard, exposing users to such dangers as electric shock, electrocution, fires and explosions. The objective of the Electrical Safety Policy and Program is to minimize such potential hazards by specifying proper use …

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The boom of a crane being used to move concrete traffic light poles separated from the truck it was mounted on and hit the operator in the head, sending him to the hospital. OSHA cited the contractor $42,000 for a willful violation—failing to conduct annual …

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