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When severe weather strikes, OSHA has resources for employers on protecting workers during cleanup and recovery operations.
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More than 4,500 workers lose their lives on the job every year. Below are the names of just a few who have died in recent months. OSHA's mission is to prevent workplace deaths, injuries and illnesses.
3/1/2017 NV: Darrel Naito died after falling through floor opening.
3/9/2017 TX: David Allen Williams killed in trench collapse.
3/13/2017 CA: Carlos Duran fatally injured in tractor roll over.
3/16/2017 TN: Eddie Hodges fatally injured after being pulled into conveyor belt pulley.
3/21/2017 MA: James Kennedy electrocuted after contacting power line.
3/30/2017 MD: Peter Bradley electrocuted when bucket truck contacted power line.
04/03/17 WI: James Prem died from carbon monoxide exposure.
04/10/17 OH: Clifford Foster crushed when truck rolled over.
04/13/17 NY: Susan M. Coons died after being struck by bulldozer.
04/18/2017 VT: David M. Sprague electrocuted when crane contacted power line.
04/27/17 AL: John Townsend struck and killed by log.