OSHA News Releases – May 2021

May 2021

  • - OSHA National News Release - Statement by US Labor Secretary Walsh on the President’s FY 2022 Budget
  • - OSHA Trade Release - OSHA to participate in Environmental Protection Agency listening sessions on chemical accident prevention regulations
  • - OSHA National News Release - US Department of Labor announces new members of Advisory Committee on Construction Safety and Health
  • - Region 5 OSHA News Release - OSHA cites two Michigan companies after demolition collapse at Killen Power Plant in Manchester, Ohio, kills two workers
  • - OSHA National News Release - US Department announces OSHA rule proposal to clarify handrail, stair rail system requirements in general industry Walking-Working Surfaces standard
  • - OSHA Trade Release - OSHA issues a notice of informal hearing to discuss updates to the agency’s Hazard Communication Standard
  • - Region 4 OSHA News Release - OSHA’s strategic partnership with Holder Construction, Georgia Tech results in improved workplace safety conditions and increased involvement from workers with their safety
  • - Region 9 OSHA News Release - OSHA finds three California contractors failed to conduct inspections, identify hazards in investigation of fatal incident at Agua Caliente Casino
  • - Region 1 OSHA News Release - OSHA, Maine Brewers’ Guild, Maine Department of Labor’s Workplace Safety and Health Division partner to promote worker safety
  • - Region 2 OSHA News Release - OSHA cites 6 contractors for exposing workers to falls, other safety hazards at Medford luxury home site; proposes nearly $250K in penalties
  • - Region 6 OSHA News Release - US Department of Labor proposes $558K in fines for Texas bath, shower manufacturer for willful, repeat safety violations at Waco facility
  • - Region 4 OSHA News Release - Federal judge finds Bradenton behavioral healthcare center exposed workers to more than 50 attacks by residents, allowed destruction of video evidence
  • - Region 7 OSHA News Release - OSHA reminds storm recovery workers, volunteers to take safety precautions as rain, danger of flash floods continue in Southwestern Missouri