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OSHA provides on-site compliance assistance to protect recovery workers and the public during tornado recovery efforts in Illinois.
OSHA schedules public hearing on Thurs, Jan. 9, 2014 at 9am to 4:30pm to discuss proposed rule to improve tracking of workplace injuries and illnesses.
OSHA cited PA contractors for safety violations following the June 5, 2013, building collapse that killed six people and injured 14.
A Minnesota equipment operator who was looking forward to retiring and attending his daughter’s wedding sadly never got a chance to do either. A large piece of concrete crushed the cab of his backhoe, killing 61-year-old Johnny Valek.
The CSB is calling for regulatory coverage of reactive chemicals, including ammonium nitrate, after an explosion that killed 14 and injured 160 people.
OSHA is proposing to amend its current recordkeeping regulations to add requirements for the electronic submission of injury and illness information.
Two companies in Dallas have been fined for 16 serious violations that exposed their employees to hazards which led in two deaths.
The government shutdown cut the volume but not intensity of OSHA enforcement.
Trucking company cited by OSHA for asphyxiation hazards following worker fatality; 11 violations were cited, including confined space requirements.
Frost Tile and Marble Co has been cited for failure to address eight hazards, some of which relate to exposure to respirable dust containing silica.