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OSHA wants input on a proposed rule which would require employers with 250 or more workers to electronically submit injury and illness information every three months.
The citations are the result of a complaint inspection in June that found a lack of both energy control procedures and fall protection at the facility.
Repeat violations at the stores included obstructed exits, exposed fluorescent lights, and stored material that was not secured against sliding or collapse.
An investigation by OSHA found that a trucking company blacklisted a driver in their industry after he sought medical attention for a work-related injury.
Here’s a look at the proposed changes, who they affect, what they require and when they would take effect.
The list of OSHA violations at this factory paint a grim picture, including amputation hazards and blocked emergency exits.
Tip Top Roofing has been cited for $103,000 after two workers were observed installing asphalt shingles at heights of 10 and 18ft without fall protection.
A look at the biggest OSHA fines and latest enforcement trends.
Reliable Castings Corp. lands a $293,700 for several violations, including struck-by, crushing, and amputation hazards, some repeat.
Supervisor was servicing a 480-volt circuit breaker without proper electrical protective equipment. Pure Power Technologies was fined $119,000 by OSHA.