OSHA News Release (Archived)

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Previous Years > September 1999


  • September 30 - [Region 10 News Release] - 1999 - 09/30/1999 - OSHA SELECTS EASTERN WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY IN CHENEY, WASH., TO CONDUCT LOGGING SAFETY TRAINING PROGRAMS
  • September 30 - [Region 10 News Release] - 1999 - 09/30/1999 - OSHA SELECTS WASHINGTON HEALTH FOUNDATION IN SEATTLE, WASH., TO CONDUCT HEALTH CARE SAFETY TRAINING PROGRAMS
  • September 30 - [National News Release] - 1999 - 09/30/1999 - OSHA awards more than $4 million in grants to provide safety and health training for 50,000 workers and managers
  • September 29 - [Region 5 News Release] - 1999 - 09/29/1999 - THE UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL, CINCINNATI, OHIO AGREES TO STATE OF THE ART PROTECTION AGAINST NEEDLESTICK INJURIES
  • September 28 - [Region 2 News Release] - 1999 - 09/28/1999 - FORD MOTOR COMPANY SETTLES OSHA CITATIONS FOLLOWING INSPECTION
  • September 24 - [Trade News Release] - 1999 - 09/24/1999 - OSHA EXTENDS COMMENT PERIOD FOR FALL PROTECTION RULEMAKING
  • September 22 - [Region 1 News Release] - 1999 - 09/22/1999 - BATH IRON WORKS CITED BY OSHA FOR NUMEROUS ALLEGED SHIPYARD SAFETY AND HEALTH VIOLATIONS; OVER $190,000 IN PENALTIES PROPOSED
  • September 22 - [Region 4 News Release] - 1999 - 09/22/1999 - OSHA FINES CONSTRUCTION COMPANY NEARLY $234,000 FOR SAFETY VIOLATIONS AT MOBILE JOB SITE
  • September 21 - [Trade News Release] - 1999 - 09/21/1999 - TOMASCO MULCIBER AGREES WITH OSHA TO PAY $820,500 IN FINES AND INSTITUTE COMPREHENSIVE SAFETY AND HEALTH PROGRAM
  • September 21 - [Region 4 News Release] - 1999 - 09/21/1999 - UNIROYAL GOODRICH FINED $68,000 FOR SAFETY VIOLATIONS AT TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA, PLANT
  • September 17 - [Trade News Release] - 1999 - 09/17/1999 - OSHA ALERTS WORKERS TO BERYLLIUM EXPOSURE
  • September 14 - [Region 1 News Release] - 1999 - 09/14/1999 - PLYMOUTH, MASS., MASONRY FIRM CITED BY OSHA FOR SCAFFOLDING SAFETY VIOLATIONS AT RHODE ISLAND CONSTRUCTION SITE
  • September 13 - [Trade News Release] - 1999 - 09/13/1999 - JEFFRESS ANNOUNCES SELECTION OF CHARLES CORTINOVIS AS HEAD OF OSHA'S OFFICE OF OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE
  • September 09 - [Region 6 News Release] - 1999 - 09/09/1999 - JUDGE UPHOLDS OSHA CITATIONS FOR HOUSTON BUILDING OWNER ACCUSED OF USING UNTRAINED WORKERS TO REMOVE ASBESTOS
  • September 09 - [Region 9 News Release] - 1999 - 09/09/1999 - TWO GUAM CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES FINED $300,300 FOR HAZARDOUS TRENCHING PROJECTS
  • September 09 - [Region 2 News Release] - 1999 - 09/09/1999 - U.S. LABOR DEPARTMENT AND NEW JERSEY HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION TRADE GROUP FORM ALLIANCE TO PROMOTE REDUCTION OF WORKER FATALITIES AND ILLNESSES
  • September 06 - [Trade News Release] - 1999 - 09/06/1999 - FINAL REGIONAL CONFERENCE ON ERGONOMICS SCHEDULED SEPT. 8-9 IN SILVER SPRING, MD.
  • September 03 - [National News Release] - 1999 - 09/03/1999 - Statement by Charles N. Jeffress - Assistant Secretary of Labor for Occupational Safety and Health In Response to the Report by Public Citizen on Reinventing OSHA
  • September 02 - [Trade News Release] - 1999 - 09/02/1999 - OSHA CITES STONEHAM, MASS., CONTRACTOR FOR ALLEGED WILLFUL, REPEAT AND SERIOUS TRENCHING SAFETY VIOLATIONS FOLLOWING INSPECTION OF BILLERICA, MASS., WORKSIT