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Custom Tower LLC of Scott, La., has been cited by OSHA for one willful safety violation following the death of a worker who fell approximately 125 feet.
The failure of a Victor-based optical equipment manufacturer to correct serious safety hazards has resulted in $131,600 in additional fines from OSHA.
In response to a complaint filed by the United Steel Workers Union alleging unsafe working conditions, Arlington Metals Corp was cited $117,000.
Rail Car Services LLC has been cited by OSHA for 11 safety and health violations, including 8 repeat violations, at its Kansas refurbishing facility.
A look at the biggest OSHA fines and latest enforcement trends.
The owner of a manufacturing facility in Colebrook, NH, has been sentenced to serve 10-20 years in prison after being found guilty of negligent homicide.
When shoppers are focused on getting the best deals, their actions can lead to injuries. OSHA is urging retail stores to develop a crowd control game plan.
An engine cooling systems manufacturer in SD, has reached a $1.33 million settlement with OSHA following the crushing death of a worker in a machine.
OSHA is proposing to make 2 revisions to its Mechanical Power Presses Standard in an effort to remove 613,600 hours of unnecessary paperwork for employers.
OSHA cites Big Lots Stores Inc., proposes $169,000 in fines for exit access, crushing, struck-by hazards.