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Serial violator cited for exposing workers to fall hazards

Serial violator cited for exposing workers to fall hazards

A contractor is facing $152,460 in fines after exposing employees to potentially fatal fall and other hazards at New Hampshire worksite. Considered a serial violator, Michael Cahoon, owner of High…

Comments submission on draft guidelines for whistleblower protection to close on Jan 19

Comments submission on draft guidelines for whistleblower protection to close on Jan 19

Interested parties have until January 19 to submit their comments on Recommended Practices for Employers for Preventing and Addressing Retaliation. The draft document was written to assist workers from retaliation…

Company cited for exposing workers with limited English speaking skills to safety hazards

Company cited for exposing workers with limited English speaking skills to safety hazards

Two years after a worker was fatally injured by electrocution at a steel plant at St. Louis, OSHA inspectors found the company still exposing its workers, predominantly consisting of Asian…

Nurses rally to show support to workplace violence prevention regulations

Nurses rally to show support to workplace violence prevention regulations

Sacramento, California – Nurses rallied outside the State Resources building on Thursday to campaign for stronger regulations to help prevent workplace violence. Members of the California Nurses Association and the…

Roofing company cited for exposing workers to fall hazards

Roofing company cited for exposing workers to fall hazards

A roofing company has been cited by OSHA for exposing workers to falls and other serious safety hazards in Port Orange, Florida. An inspection conducted by OSHA inspectors at the…

Hospital cited for safety and health violations

Hospital cited for safety and health violations

A hospital has been cited for a number of health and safety violations which exposed workers to safety hazards. Cal/OSHA has cited Dignity Health, operator of Northridge Hospital Medical Center…

Federal agencies ramp up effort to pursue companies and people endangering workers’ lives

Federal agencies ramp up effort to pursue companies and people endangering workers’ lives

In order to prevent crimes that put the lives of American workers at risk, the Department of Justice and Labor announced on Thursday a new plan, wherein the Justice Department’s…

OSHA cites Illinois metal plating company for exposing workers to noise, toxic metal, and other hazards

OSHA cites Illinois metal plating company for exposing workers to noise, toxic metal, and other hazards

Following an inspection, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration cited a metal plating company in Cicero Illinois on Dec.10 for one willful, eight repeated, eight serious…

OSHA and retailer giant reaches settlement agreement to correct safety hazards

OSHA and retailer giant reaches settlement agreement to correct safety hazards

The U.S. Department of Labor and Forever 21 Retail Inc. have reached a settlement agreement in which the company commits to remove safety hazards at its Westfarms Mall store in…

Envelope printing facility cited for three workers’ injuries

Envelope printing facility cited for three workers’ injuries

The US Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Administration proposes fines of over $88,200 for a Columbiana envelope printing facility after three workers suffered amputation injuries within four months….


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