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Previous Years > August 1997


  • August 29 - [National News Release] - 1997 - 08/29/1997 - OSHA PLANS EVENING TOWN HALL MEETING WITH REGIONAL CONFERENCE ON ERGONOMICS SEPT. 17 IN LOCKPORT, N.Y., FOR PUBLIC INPUT ON STANDARD
  • August 29 - [National News Release] - 1997 - 08/29/1997 - RESULTS OF OSHA/NIOSH EFFECTIVE PRACTICES ERGONOMICS CONFERENCE NOW AVAILABLE ON INTERNET
  • August 27 - [National News Release] - 1997 - 08/27/1997 - Community involvement makes impact in Pennsylvania - TRENCHING VIOLATIONS BRING CONTRACTOR $230,400 IN PROPOSED PENALTIES
  • August 21 - [National News Release] - 1997 - 08/21/1997 - OSHA AUDITS INJURY AND ILLNESS RECORDSOF 250 ESTABLISHMENTS PARTICIPATING IN AGENCY'S DATA INITIATIVE
  • August 18 - [National News Release] - 1997 - 08/18/1997 - OSHA Proposes $1 Million In Fines Against Ohio Egg Processor Safety And Health Violations At Work And In Housing Cited
  • August 12 - [National News Release] - 1997 - 08/12/1997 - OSHA Sets First Regional Conference On Ergonomics For Sept. 17 In New York
  • August 08 - [National News Release] - 1997 - 08/08/1997 - OSHA Metalworking Fluids Standards Advisory Committee To Hold First Meeting Sept. 2 In Washington, D.C.
  • August 08 - [National News Release] - 1997 - 08/08/1997 - OSHA Requests Nominations For Advisory Committee On Construction Safety And Health
  • August 07 - [National News Release] - 1997 - 08/07/1997 - OSHA Proposes $821,360 In Fines Against Philadelphia Smelter Lead Over-exposures, Other Health Violations Cited
  • August 07 - [National News Release] - 1997 - 08/07/1997 - Statement Of Labor Secretary Alexis Herman On Fatal Occupational Injuries

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