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Fourth annual Safety Stand-Down in May

Fourth annual Safety Stand-Down in May

The fourth annual National Safety Stand-Down to Prevent Falls in Construction will be held from May 8 to 12. The events aims to provide an opportunity for public and private…

Online course to help employers improve health and safety programming

Online course to help employers improve health and safety programming

A new online course has been launched to help employers integrate their health and safety programming in ways that can bolster bottom-line results while improving the health and wellbeing of…

Companies in states where marijuana use is legal continue to have zero-tolerance policy

Companies in states where marijuana use is legal continue to have zero-tolerance policy

Medical and recreational use of marijuana has been made legal in 23 states in the United States and the District of Columbia. However, a study found that employers in these…

Worker Seriously Injured After Falling Into Trench

Worker Seriously Injured After Falling Into Trench

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is at a scene investigating an incident involving a construction worker who figured in a work site incident in Brooklyn Friday morning. According…

OSHA, Safety Council of Northwest Ohio renew alliance

OSHA, Safety Council of Northwest Ohio renew alliance

OSHA and the Safety Council of Northwest Ohio have renewed their alliance to provide information, guidance and access to training resources for council members. Under the two-year agreement, OSHA and…

Samsung and sick workers agree to partial deal on workplace safety

Samsung and sick workers agree to partial deal on workplace safety

Seoul, South Korea – Technology giant, Samsung Electronics has reached a partial agreement with sick workers almost ten years after a 22-year-old worker died of leukemia raising concerns on exposure…

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…

One Killed, Three Injured After 15-Story Crane Collapsed in Manhattan Street

One Killed, Three Injured After 15-Story Crane Collapsed in Manhattan Street

A Wall Street worker was killed and three other injured after a construction crane crashed into a busy Lower Manhattan Street Friday morning. According to reports, the huge 15-story construction…

OSHA cites manufacturing company for safety breaches

OSHA cites manufacturing company for safety breaches

A Newark business has been cited for compromising the safety of its employees in its handling of hazardous chemical. An inspection conducted on August 4, 2015 found issues in the…

2016 Step-Up for Safety in the Upstream Oil and Gas Industry announced

2016 Step-Up for Safety in the Upstream Oil and Gas Industry announced

OSHA announced on Tuesday the national Step-Up for Safety in the Upstream Oil and Gas industry starting mid-February until the end of the month to raise awareness on the hazards…


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