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Mississippi plastic manufacturer cited after severe worker injuries

Mississippi plastic manufacturer cited after severe worker injuries

Federal officials have cited a Mississippi plastic manufacturer and proposed $56,340 in penalties for exposing workers to unguarded rollers, rotating shafts and gears; failing to train workers on the specific…

OSHA introducing more durable and secure outreach trainer and student cards

OSHA introducing more durable and secure outreach trainer and student cards

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration has announced it is introducing more durable and secure completion cards for its Outreach Training Program. The new cards will…

Fall protection could have prevented 39-year-old worker’s death

Fall protection could have prevented 39-year-old worker’s death

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration has found that the death of a newly hired, 39-year-old worker who fell through a roof in October 2015 and…

National Safety Council to recognize women leaders in safety

National Safety Council to recognize women leaders in safety

The National Safety Council is accepting nominations for its inaugural Marion Martin Recognition Award, presented to women who have advanced safety and broken down traditional gender barriers within the safety…

Construction worker dies after fall

Construction worker dies after fall

A construction worker was killed on Friday afternoon after he fell inside a building in Ohio County. Local police said the man was renovating a building, in Wheeling, on Friday…

Amazon fulfillment center receives $7,000 fine and two hazard alert letters

Amazon fulfillment center receives $7,000 fine and two hazard alert letters

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited Amazon Fulfillment Services for one other-than-serious violation for not recording 26 instances of work-related injuries and illnesses on…

Overexertion tops list of workplace injury causes

Overexertion tops list of workplace injury causes

Overexertion ranked as the leading cause of disabling injuries in the United States in 2013, costing businesses $15.08 billion, according to Liberty Mutual Research Institute for Safety’s 2016 Workplace Safety…

OSHA cites New York recycler after workers injured in trommel

OSHA cites New York recycler after workers injured in trommel

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited and proposed $119,000 in fines against a New York recycling firm after three workers were seriously injured at…

OSHA to hold stakeholder meeting on beryllium rule

OSHA to hold stakeholder meeting on beryllium rule

OSHA is scheduling an informal public hearing on its proposed rule ‘‘Occupational Exposure to Beryllium and Beryllium Compounds.’’ The proposed rule was published in the Federal Register on August 7,…

Settlement reached between US Department of Labor and Massachusetts contractor

Settlement reached between US Department of Labor and Massachusetts contractor

The Occupational Safety & Health Administration has announced a settlement agreement between the U.S. Department of Labor and Mass Bay Electrical Corp that commits the East Boston electrical contractor to…


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