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Previous Years > November 2001


  • November 30 - [Region 4 News Release] - 2001 - 11/30/2001 - FATAL ACCIDENT AT MT. PLEASANT, S.C., MARINE TERMINAL LEADS TO PROPOSED PENALTIES TOTALING $62,500
  • November 30 - [Region 4 News Release] - 2001 - 11/30/2001 - OSHA CITES LAKE CITY, FLA., COMPANY; PROPOSES PENALTIES TOTALING $77,000
  • November 29 - [Region 8 News Release] - 2001 - 11/29/2001 - Bismarck OSHA Employees Assist in the World Trade Center Response
  • November 29 - [Region 10 News Release] - 2001 - 11/29/2001 - TRAINING ON NEW OSHA RECORDKEEPING RULES TO BE HELD IN BOISE, IDAHO
  • November 28 - [Trade News Release] - 2001 - 11/28/2001 - COMPLIANCE DIRECTIVE FOR BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS STANDARD UPDATED - Includes revisions mandated by the Needlestick Safety and Prevention Act
  • November 28 - [Region 2 News Release] - 2001 - 11/28/2001 - FREE SEMINAR IN TONAWANDA ON OSHA'S RECORD-KEEPING RULES
  • November 28 - [Region 2 News Release] - 2001 - 11/28/2001 - MANHATTAN CONTRACTOR FACES PENALTY FOLLOWING FATAL MISHAP IN NEWARK, N.J.
  • November 28 - [Trade News Release] - 2001 - 11/28/2001 - OSHA OFFERS TRAINING ON NEW RECORDKEEPING RULE -- SATELLITE BROADCAST AVAILABLE NATIONWIDE ON DEC. 12, 2001
  • November 26 - [Trade News Release] - 2001 - 11/26/2001 - ACCSH PUBLIC MEETING SCHEDULED FOR DECEMBER 6 IN WASHINGTON, DC
  • November 26 - [Trade News Release] - 2001 - 11/26/2001 - OSHA Assistant Secretary John Henshaw Announces Appointment of Gary Visscher as Deputy Assistant Secretary Other Personnel Changes Also Announced
  • November 23 - [Region 1 News Release] - 2001 - 11/23/2001 - ELECTROCUTION DEATH LEADS TO $62,600 IN FINES AGAINST CONTRACTOR
  • November 21 - [Trade News Release] - 2001 - 11/21/2001 - OSHA POSTS DRAFT COMPLIANCE DIRECTIVE FOR STEEL ERECTION STANDARD ON WEB SITE
  • November 20 - [National News Release] - 2001 - 11/20/2001 - Chao Launches Partnership To Protect WTC Site Workers
  • November 16 - [National News Release] - 2001 - 11/16/2001 - CHAO ANNOUNCES WORKPLACE ANTHRAX EXPOSURE GUIDANCE -- OSHA to Help Employers Assess Risk
  • November 16 - [Trade News Release] - 2001 - 11/16/2001 - OSHA, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MANUFACTURERS SETTLE DIFFERENCES ON RECORDKEEPING RULE
  • November 15 - [Region 4 News Release] - 2001 - 11/15/2001 - FATAL ACCIDENT LEADS TO $145,350 FINE FOR MISSISSIPPI SAWMILL
  • November 14 - [Trade News Release] - 2001 - 11/14/2001 - OSHA ISSUES METALWORKING FLUIDS BEST PRACTICES MANUAL
  • November 09 - [Trade News Release] - 2001 - 11/09/2001 - OSHA ESTABLISHES NATIONAL EMPHASIS PROGRAM TO REDUCE AMPUTATIONS
  • November 09 - [Region 4 News Release] - 2001 - 11/09/2001 - TALLADEGA COMPANY AGREES TO PAY $73,000 TO SETTLE OSHA CASE
  • November 08 - [Region 1 News Release] - 2001 - 11/08/2001 - AMBULANCE FIRM FACES FINES FOR JOB SAFETY & HEALTH HAZARDS
  • November 07 - [Region 4 News Release] - 2001 - 11/07/2001 - ROME TO BE SITE OF TRAINING ON NEW OSHA RECORDKEEPING RULES
  • November 06 - [Region 6 News Release] - 2001 - 11/06/2001 - OSHA CITES GREY WOLF DRILLING IN HOUSTON WITH $71,000 IN PENALTIES FOR A DRILLING RIG FATALITY IN GEORGE WEST, TEXAS
  • November 05 - [Region 1 News Release] - 2001 - 11/05/2001 - COFFERDAM COLLAPSE BRINGS OSHA CITATIONS AND FINES AGAINST CONTRACTOR
  • November 05 - [Region 1 News Release] - 2001 - 11/05/2001 - CRUSHING DEATH LEADS TO $68,700 IN OSHA CITATIONS AND PENALTIES
  • November 01 - [Region 4 News Release] - 2001 - 11/01/2001 - OSHA CITES FLORIDA COMPANY FOR TRENCHING VIOLATIONS AT ORLANDO JOB SITE
  • November 01 - [Region 4 News Release] - 2001 - 11/01/2001 - OSHA CITES TWO SOUTH FLORIDA CONTRACTORS; PROPOSES PENALTIES TOTALING $96,850
  • November 01 - [Region 4 News Release] - 2001 - 11/01/2001 - OSHA Employees Assist in the World Trade Center Response -- Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi and North Carolina Send Volunteers
  • November 01 - [Region 1 News Release] - 2001 - 11/01/2001 - ROBERT W. KOWALSKI APPOINTED OSHA AREA DIRECTOR FOR SOUTHWESTERN CONNECTICUT

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