OSHA News Release (Archived)

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Previous Years > January 1999


  • January 29 - [Region 2 News Release] - 1999 - 01/29/1999 - BRONX, NEW YORK, HOUSING MANAGEMENT FIRM CITED BY OSHA FOR EXPOSING EMPLOYEES TO ALLEGED SAFETY AND HEALTH HAZARDS AT CO-OP CITY COMPLEX; $111,500 IN PENALTIES PROPOSED
  • January 29 - [Trade News Release] - 1999 - 01/29/1999 - OSHA ANNOUNCES GRANTS FOR TRAINING SHIPYARD EMPLOYEES
  • January 27 - [Region 9 News Release] - 1999 - 01/27/1999 - GREGORY J. BAXTER NAMED REGIONAL ADMINISTRATOR FOR OSHA IN DENVER; AREA COVERS SIX WESTERN STATES
  • January 27 - [Region 1 News Release] - 1999 - 01/27/1999 - OSHA CITES BRISTOL, RHODE ISLAND, CONTRACTOR FOR ALLEGED WILLFUL, REPEAT AND SERIOUS SAFETY VIOLATIONS AT WEST HAVEN, CONNECTICUT, EXCAVATION WORKSITE
  • January 27 - [Region 3 News Release] - 1999 - 01/27/1999 - OSHA ISSUES SAFETY AND HEALTH CITATIONS TO ALTEC INDUSTRIES, INC.; PROPOSES PENALTIES TOTALING $86,000
  • January 27 - [Region 3 News Release] - 1999 - 01/27/1999 - OSHA ISSUES SAFETY AND HEALTH CITATIONS TO SAXONBURG, PA COMPANY; PROPOSES PENALTIES TOTALING $18,000
  • January 25 - [Region 2 News Release] - 1999 - 01/25/1999 - COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY CITED BY OSHA FOR ALLEGED WILLFUL AND OTHER SAFETY AND HEALTH VIOLATIONS: $77,500 IN PENALTIES PROPOSED
  • January 25 - [Region 10 News Release] - 1999 - 01/25/1999 - OSHA ISSUES CITATIONS TO HARP LINE CONSTRUCTORS CO. FOR JOB SAFETY VIOLATIONS AT A BOISE WORKSITE
  • January 25 - [Region 5 News Release] - 1999 - 01/25/1999 - OSHA ISSUES CITATIONS TO MERCURY WASTE SOLUTIONS INC. FOR ALLEGED WORKPLACE SAFETY AND HEALTH VIOLATIONS
  • January 25 - [Region 10 News Release] - 1999 - 01/25/1999 - OSHA REMINDS EMPLOYERS TO POST INJURY/ILLNESS SUMMARIES DURING FEBRUARY
  • January 22 - [Region 1 News Release] - 1999 - 01/22/1999 - OSHA AND CONNECTICUT DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH PARTNER TO BETTER PROTECT WORKERS AGAINST CARBON MONOXIDE HAZARDS
  • January 21 - [Trade News Release] - 1999 - 01/21/1999 - OSHA TO HOLD PUBLIC ACCSH MEETING JANUARY 28-29, 1999
  • January 21 - [Region 2 News Release] - 1999 - 01/21/1999 - WORKER FALLS 60 FEET FROM BRIDGE-PAINTING JOB IN GRAND ISLAND, NEW YORK; OSHA CITES LONG ISLAND-BASED CONTRACTOR FOR ALLEGED SAFETY VIOLATIONS, PROPOSES $62,800 IN PENALTIES
  • January 20 - [Region 2 News Release] - 1999 - 01/20/1999 - OSHA CITES MOUNT VERNON, NEW YORK, SCAFFOLD COMPANY FOR ALLEGED SAFETY VIOLATIONS IN JULY 21 SCAFFOLDING COLLAPSE AT TIMES SQUARE CONSTRUCTION SITE
  • January 19 - [National News Release] - 1999 - 01/19/1999 - OSHA PROPOSES FINES OF $1.6 MILLION AGAINST TOMASCO MULCIBER, INC.
  • January 14 - [Trade News Release] - 1999 - 01/14/1999 - NACOSH ANNOUNCES FIRST PUBLIC MEETING OF 1999
  • January 14 - [Region 10 News Release] - 1999 - 01/14/1999 - OSHA NAMES REGIONAL ADMINISTRATOR IN SEATTLE
  • January 08 - [Region 2 News Release] - 1999 - 01/08/1999 - CRANE COLLAPSES AT PASSAIC RIVER-ROUTE 531 BRIDGE REPLACEMENT PROJECT, THIRD SUCH ACCIDENT FOR ALPHA, NEW JERSEY CONSTRUCTION FIRM; OSHA ALLEGES REPEAT VIOLATIONS, PROPOSES $139,600 IN PENALTIES
  • January 08 - [Region 10 News Release] - 1999 - 01/08/1999 - FEDERAL OSHA ASSUMES JURISDICTION ON SHIPYARD EMPLOYMENT AND TRIBAL LANDS IN AGREEMENT WITH OREGON OSHA
  • January 06 - [Region 2 News Release] - 1999 - 01/06/1999 - FRANKFORT, NEW YORK, TANK MANUFACTURER CITED BY OSHA FOR ALLEGED SAFETY VIOLATIONS, WITH PROPOSED PENALTIES OF $72,900; WORKER IN TANK WAS SERIOUSLY INJURED IN EXPLOSION
  • January 06 - [Trade News Release] - 1999 - 01/06/1999 - JEFFRESS ANNOUNCES APPOINTMENT OF JEROLD MANDE AS NEW OSHA DEPUTY ASSISTANT SECRETARY
  • January 05 - [Region 2 News Release] - 1999 - 01/05/1999 - BROOKLYN, NEW YORK, LOCK MANUFACTURER CITED BY OSHA FOR ALLEGED SAFETY AND HEALTH VIOLATIONS; $53,700 IN PENALTIES PROPOSED
  • January 04 - [Region 1 News Release] - 1999 - 01/04/1999 - OSHA CITES NEW BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS, FISH PROCESSOR FOR ALLEGED WILLFUL AND SERIOUS SAFETY VIOLATIONS FOLLOWING THE DEATH OF A WORKER