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OSHA has cited a New Jersey surgical center for 10 violations of its Bloodborne Pathogens Standard. OSHA alleges that a worker who was stuck with a contaminated needle did not receive proper counsel and treatment from the center following the incident.
OSHA has announced a final rule to protect US workers who use cranes or derricks in demolition or underground construction work.
A complaint about conditions at a North Bergen, NJ commercial laundry facility has landed the business in hot water with OSHA. Prestige Industries LLC is facing $219,000 in proposed penalties for nine alleged violations.
A Wisconsin company has been issued several violations, including one for failure to provide documentation that it had addressed failure to enroll its workers in a hearing conservation program.
“What were you thinking?” is the theme for distracted driving awareness month being observed in April. Read on to catch suggestions from the National Safety Council.
March was, by far, the busiest month of 2013 in terms of volume with reported OSHA fines nearly doubling January and February totals.
Bloodborne pathogens are infectious microorganisms in human blood that can cause disease in humans. Find out which occupations are at most risk of bloodborne pathogen exposure with this infographic.
It’s been 5 years since OSHA began working on a rule and workers continue to die in combustible dust explosions
OSHA is proposing nearly $450,000 in penalties against a Minneapolis branch of a sign company after a worker suffered a fatal shock while installing signs and guardrails on Interstate 94 near Menomonie, WI.
Should US Steel workers be paid for the time it takes them to put on and take off their personal protective equipment (PPE)?
That’s the issue the US Supreme Court has agreed to hear later this year.