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MSHA awards $8.4 million in funds for safety and health training to miners

MSHA awards $8.4 million in funds for safety and health training to miners

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Mine Safety and Health Administration will award $8.4 million in funds to 47 states and the Navajo Nation to support safety and health training courses…

Man killed by falling trailer in Monee

Man killed by falling trailer in Monee

A worker died on Tuesday morning after a trailer fell on him in Monee. Police were called to a work site in the 6300 block of Emerald Parkway at about…

Tonowanda Coke cited after fatal coal elevator incident

Tonowanda Coke cited after fatal coal elevator incident

A New York based business has been cited for repeat serious safety violations after a worker dies while servicing operating coal elevator. The incident happened on January 6, 2016 when…

Company fined for failing to protect home care workers from sexual assault

Company fined for failing to protect home care workers from sexual assault

A leading providers of pediatric home health and therapy services has been issued a willful citation for failing to protect its employees from the dangers of workplace violence following the…

No mines eligible for POV status for the first time since reforms were implemented, MSHA reports

No mines eligible for POV status for the first time since reforms were implemented, MSHA reports

No mine in the country met the Patterns of Violation screening criteria. This is according to the Mine Safety and Health Administration for the first time since the POV reforms…

Alliance renewed between OSHA and Chippewa Valley Technical College

Alliance renewed between OSHA and Chippewa Valley Technical College

The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and Chippewa Valley Technical College have renewed alliance to guide and train employers and workers in the Chippewa Valley Technical College Services…

Study shows one third of American workers say safety not a top priority in their workplaces

Study shows one third of American workers say safety not a top priority in their workplaces

The results of a study recently conducted has been released by the National Safety Council showing that 33 percent of 2,000 employees surveyed across the U.S. believe their employers prioritize…

Worker killed in lift incident on West Seattle Bridge

Worker killed in lift incident on West Seattle Bridge

A contractor was killed Friday morning after a truck struck the lift two workers were in while working on the exit ramp of the West Seattle Bridge. Police said the…

Michigan OSHA investigating Auburn Hills industrial incident

Michigan OSHA investigating Auburn Hills industrial incident

The Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration is investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a 35-year-old man in Auburn Hills on Sunday night. Authorities said the man was operating…

Safety Stand-Down starts in eight Southern U.S. states

Safety Stand-Down starts in eight Southern U.S. states

There were 2,630 workers who suffered from health illness, with 18 people killed due to heat stroke and related causes on the job. This prompted the Occupational Safety and Health…


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