• Safety & Health Program Management

    OSHA seeks comments on updated Safety and Health Program Management Guidelines

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    On-site consultation - Free and confidential help for employers

  • Employers must post injury and illness summaries now through April

    Employers must post injury and illness summaries now through April

  • Reporting Fatalities & Severe Injuries

    Employers must report fatalities and severe injuries to OSHA.

4,679 workers died on the job in 2014

11/02/2015 MA: Jeffrey Marhefka killed in fall from scaffold.

11/04/2015 IL: Janusz Kulik struck and killed by falling I-beam.

11/09/2015 UT: Larry Nickell killed in fall while installing solar panel.

11/12/2015 TX: Steven Reyna asphyxiated from CO2 exposure.

11/13/2015 CA: Joseph Michael Ojeda killed in natural gas explosion.

11/13/2015 OK: Roberto Garcia Ochoa killed in trench collapse.

11/16/2015 MS: Jose Marquez killed in fall from bridge.

11/19/2015 MD: Robert Mathias Sr. died from exposure to diesel additive.

11/26/2015 CO: Ronald Weisbart died after being buried under feed and hay.

11/27/2015 KY: Richard Schrader died from inhalation of dust from construction project.

12/1/2015 TX: Rosemary Arreola asphyxiated while cleaning tank that held Petroleum Distillate.

12/5/2015 NC: Mason Cox killed after becoming caught in wood chipper.

12/10/2015 NM: Christopher Kennedy killed in fall from ladder.

12/16/2015 GA: John Gonzales killed in fall from tree.

12/17/2015 AL: Trenton Way fatally shot during robbery.

12/21/2015 FL: Chelsey Marie Atkinson killed when tractor fell down embankment and flipped over into canal.

12/23/2015 ME: Eliot Lamb fatally crushed by falling tree trunk.

"No one should have to sacrifice their life for their livelihood, because a nation built on the dignity of work must provide safe working conditions for its people."
Secretary of Labor Thomas E. Perez



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