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Previous Years > November 1999


  • November 30 - [Region 1 News Release] - 1999 - 11/30/1999 - OSHA SCHEDULES SMALL BUSINESS FORUM IN WESTERN MASSACHUSETTS TO HELP SMALL NEW ENGLAND COMPANIES MEET THEIR WORKPLACE SAFETY & HEALTH OBLIGATIONS
  • November 30 - [Trade News Release] - 1999 - 11/30/1999 - OSHA TO PRESENT DRAFT FINAL RULE ON STEEL ERECTION TO SENRAC AT DEC. 16 MEETING IN WASHINGTON, D. C.
  • November 30 - [Region 2 News Release] - 1999 - 11/30/1999 - PUERTO RICO WORKER-SAFETY ORGANIZATION HONORED BY U.S. LABOR DEPARTMENT FOR ITS SUPPORT OF GOVERNMENT-EMPLOYEE SAFETY AND HEALTH
  • November 30 - [Region 2 News Release] - 1999 - 11/30/1999 - WESTERN NEW YORK WORKER-SAFETY ORGANIZATION HONORED BY U.S. LABOR DEPARTMENT FOR ITS SUPPORT OF GOVERNMENT-EMPLOYEE SAFETY AND HEALTH
  • November 29 - [Region 2 News Release] - 1999 - 11/29/1999 - PENNSYLVANIA PAINTING FIRM CITED BY OSHA IN BUFFALO BRIDGE FATALITY; $22,800 IN PENALTIES PROPOSED FOR ALLEGED SAFETY VIOLATIONS
  • November 23 - [Region 1 News Release] - 1999 - 11/23/1999 - OSHA PROPOSES OVER $54,000 IN PENALTIES AGAINST SUNCOOK, NEW HAMPSHIRE, TEXTILE MILL FOR ALLEGED REPEAT AND SERIOUS SAFETY AND HEALTH VIOLATIONS
  • November 22 - [Region 2 News Release] - 1999 - 11/22/1999 - EMPLOYEE'S HANDS CRUSHED, AMITYVILLE, NEW YORK, STORE-FIXTURE MANUFACTURER CITED BY OSHA FOR ALLEGED SAFETY AND HEALTH VIOLATIONS; $152,750 IN PENALTIES PROPOSED
  • November 22 - [Trade News Release] - 1999 - 11/22/1999 - LeMASTER STEEL COMPANY, OFFICIALS, SENTENCED FOR MAKING FALSE STATEMENTS TO OSHA IN FATALITY INVESTIGATION
  • November 22 - [National News Release] - 1999 - 11/22/1999 - One Size Doesn't Fit All Approach - ERGONOMICS PROPOSAL TO PREVENT 300,000 INJURIES; SAVE $9 BILLION A YEAR
  • November 22 - [Region 2 News Release] - 1999 - 11/22/1999 - WOODBURY, NEW YORK, STUCCO CONTRACTOR CITED BY OSHA FOR ALLEGED REPEAT SAFETY VIOLATIONS ON PROJECT IN HUNTINGTON, NEW YORK; $125,100 IN PENALTIES PROPOSED
  • November 18 - [Region 4 News Release] - 1999 - 11/18/1999 - SANDERSON PLUMBING PRODUCTS INC. FINED $53,750 FOR SAFETY VIOLATIONS AT COLUMBUS PLANT
  • November 17 - [Region 4 News Release] - 1999 - 11/17/1999 - CONTRACTOR FINED $126,000 FOR TRENCH SAFETY VIOLATIONS AT WEST PALM BEACH WORK SITE
  • November 16 - [Trade News Release] - 1999 - 11/16/1999 - OSHA SEEKS COMMENTS ON FINAL APPROVAL OF NEVADA STATE PLAN; JEFFRESS LAUDS COMMITMENT TO WORKER SAFETY AND HEALTH
  • November 12 - [Region 6 News Release] - 1999 - 11/12/1999 - OSHA CITES COASTAL REFINING AND MARKETING, INC., PROPOSED FINES OF $178,000
  • November 12 - [Trade News Release] - 1999 - 11/12/1999 - OSHA SURVEY FINDS 85 PERCENT OF EMPLOYERS DO SELF-AUDITS OF SAFETY AND HEALTH CONDITIONS IN WORKPLACES
  • November 10 - [Region 1 News Release] - 1999 - 11/10/1999 - OSHA PROPOSES NEARLY $70,000 IN FINES AGAINST MASSACHUSETTS CONTRACTOR FOR ALLEGED WILLFUL, REPEAT AND SERIOUS SAFETY VIOLATIONS AT NEW BEDFORD SCHOOL
  • November 10 - [Region 1 News Release] - 1999 - 11/10/1999 - TEWKSBURY, MASS., EMPLOYER CITED BY OSHA FOR ALLEGED WILLFUL & SERIOUS SCAFFOLDING SAFETY VIOLATIONS AT WINTHROP, MASS., WORKSITE; OVER $150,000 IN PENALTIES PROPOSED
  • November 09 - [Region 9 News Release] - 1999 - 11/09/1999 - HONOLULU SHIP LOADER FINED $89,000 FOR UNSAFE WORK PRACTICES, ALSO FINED $135,000 IN JUNE
  • November 08 - [Region 1 News Release] - 1999 - 11/08/1999 - PAPERTECH CORP. OF CONTOOCOOK, NEW HAMPSHIRE, CITED BY OSHA FOR ALLEGED WORKPLACE SAFETY & HEALTH VIOLATIONS; OVER $48,000 IN PENALTIES PROPOSED
  • November 05 - [National News Release] - 1999 - 11/05/1999 - OSHA REVISES BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS COMPLIANCE DIRECTIVE

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