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OSHA has cited Omega Protein Inc. with 25 safety and health violations. Proposed penalties for the serious violations total $79,200.

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A 1997 disaster illustrates the dangers of fireworks–and the OSHA liability that can result.

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MERIDIAN, Miss. – OSHA has cited The GEO Group Inc. with six safety and health violations, including one willful, for exposing employees to workplace violence and failing to take adequate measures to reduce the risk of violence following a December 2011 inspection stemming from a …

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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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OSHA inspectors that targeted the facility under the combustible dusts National Emphasis Program found what they were looking for—16 serious violations for failing to protect employees against combustible dust hazards. The plant was also cited for 4 repeat machine guarding, hazardous chemicals and electrical violations …

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An OSHA compliance officer who was just passing by a store construction site noticed what looked like cave-in problems at a trench being dug. So he did an inspection. Result: The Tenn-based contractor was cited for 1 willful and 3 serious violations of OSHA excavation …

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The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited Grenada Stamping and Assembly Inc., doing business as Ice Industries Grenada, for 26 safety violations carrying proposed fines of $113,400. In April, OSHA officials opened an inspection at …

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ELLISVILLE, Miss. – The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited Howard Industries Inc. in Ellisville for 17 safety violations following the January death of a worker who was electrocuted while calibrating a transformer test …

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The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited Howard Industries Inc. in Ellisville for 17 safety violations following the January death of a worker who was electrocuted while calibrating a transformer test station.
Two serious violations related to …

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