OSHA News Release (Archived)

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Previous Years > September 1996


  • September 27 - [National News Release] - 1996 - 09/27/1996 - Liberatore Named OSHA Maritime Facilitator
  • September 26 - [National News Release] - 1996 - 09/26/1996 - OSHA Levies $371,400 Fine Against Danboro, PA., Contractor For Egregious, Serious Violations In New Jersey And Pennsylvania
  • September 25 - [National News Release] - 1996 - 09/25/1996 - OSHA Awards Almost $2.4 Million In Training Grants To Nonprofit Groups For Improving Workplace Health And Safety
  • September 23 - [National News Release] - 1996 - 09/23/1996 - Expanded Construction Safety Info Now Available Electronically
  • September 23 - [National News Release] - 1996 - 09/23/1996 - OSHA Promotes Farm Safety Week, September 21-27
  • September 16 - [National News Release] - 1996 - 09/16/1996 - OSHA Head Says Programs Of New OSHA Are Successful Ways To Improve Worker Safety And Health
  • September 13 - [National News Release] - 1996 - 09/13/1996 - OSHA Proposes Final Approval For North Carolina State Safety And Health Program, Comments Due October 15
  • September 13 - [National News Release] - 1996 - 09/13/1996 - OSHA Requests Comments On Effectiveness Of California Hazard Communication Standard And Whether It Burdens Interstate Commerce
  • September 11 - [National News Release] - 1996 - 09/11/1996 - Conference To Address Effective Practices For Confronting $20 Billion Problem
  • September 10 - [National News Release] - 1996 - 09/10/1996 - OSHA Proposes It's First Rewrite of Requirements Into Plain Language
  • September 09 - [National News Release] - 1996 - 09/09/1996 - Labor Department Takes Steps in OSHA Case Against Maine Egg Producer
  • September 04 - [National News Release] - 1996 - 09/04/1996 - Exide Corporation, Major Unions and OSHA Reach Unique Agreement to Protect Workers Against Hazards