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Oil companies opt out of Texas’ open carry law

Oil companies opt out of Texas’ open carry law

Some of the world’s biggest oil companies with offices in Texas have opted out of Texas’ open carry law. Chevron, BP and Shell have decided to opt out of the…

Investigation into meat processing plant revealed more than a dozen safety hazards

Investigation into meat processing plant revealed more than a dozen safety hazards

An investigation conducted by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) on a meat processing plant in Augusta uncovers more than a dozen safety hazards. The inspection was conducted after…

Most common workplace accidents detailed in new report

Most common workplace accidents detailed in new report

A report released by the largest workers’ compensation carrier in the U.S. identified the most common causes of workplace accidents and injuries. The Travelers Companies, Inc. analyzed over 1.5 million…

Metal manufacturer cited for serious workplace safety violations

Metal manufacturer cited for serious workplace safety violations

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited a metal manufacturer for 27 serious safety violations with proposed penalties of up to $47,000. OSHA received a complaint in 2015 alleging…

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…

New hazard alert from OSHA and NIOSH highlights dangers of tank gauging

New hazard alert from OSHA and NIOSH highlights dangers of tank gauging

A new hazard alert from OSHA and NIOSH identifies health and safety risks to oil and gas industry workers who manually gauge or sample fluids on production and flowback tanks….

Maintenance Man Killed in Miami-Dade County Fair Ride

Maintenance Man Killed in Miami-Dade County Fair Ride

A 23-year-old maintenance man was fatally injured 15 minutes before opening while conducting his routine inspections on a ride at the Miami-Dade County Fair and Exposition Wednesday afternoon. Police said,…

Final rule on procedures for handling retaliation complaints under the Food Safety Modernization Act released

Final rule on procedures for handling retaliation complaints under the Food Safety Modernization Act released

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has published on Monday a final rule establishing procedures for handling retaliation complaints under the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act. This final rule also…

Farming incident puts Sanilac County man in hospital

Farming incident puts Sanilac County man in hospital

A man is recovering in hospital following a farming incident in Sanilac County on Saturday afternoon. The 56-year-old man was working with a tractor in a field in the 2000…

Roofer fined for repeated fall hazards

Roofer fined for repeated fall hazards

A south Florida roofing company faces $115,500 in fines for repeatedly exposing workers to fall hazards from heights up to 27 feet without fall protection. The Occupational Safety and Health…


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