OSHA News Release




  • May 25 - [Region 4 News Release] - 2011 - 05/25/2011 - Largo, Fla., excavation company cited for safety violations following 2 worker injuries, fined nearly $54,000
  • May 19 - [Region 4 News Release] - 2011 - 05/19/2011 - US Labor Department's OSHA cites Georgia trenching company for willful, repeat and serious safety violations; proposes $94,050 in fines
  • May 18 - [Region 4 News Release] - 2011 - 05/18/2011 - US Department of Labor cites Dalton, Ga., carpet graphics company with 13 safety and health violations, proposes penalties of $45,000
  • May 16 - [Region 4 News Release] - 2011 - 05/16/2011 - US Department of Labor's OSHA cites US Postal Service facility in West Palm Beach, Fla., with 8 safety violations, more than $164,000 in fines
  • May 16 - [Region 4 News Release] - 2011 - 05/16/2011 - US Labor Department's OSHA cites Huntsville, Ala., cabinet maker for exposing workers to safety and health hazards, including combustible dust
  • May 12 - [Region 4 News Release] - 2011 - 05/12/2011 - US Labor Department's OSHA cites Talladega, Ala., metal fabricator for safety and health violations; penalties total more than $48,000
  • May 10 - [Region 4 News Release] - 2011 - 05/10/2011 - Minnesota-based Best Buy cited by US Department of Labor's OSHA for safety violations following worker injury at store in Duluth, Ga.
  • May 10 - [Region 4 News Release] - 2011 - 05/10/2011 - US Labor Department's OSHA cites Alabama masonry contractor for safety and health violations, proposes more than $47,000 in fines
  • May 10 - [Region 4 News Release] - 2011 - 05/10/2011 - US Labor Department's OSHA cites Alpharetta, Ga., sign manufacturer for workplace hazards, proposes $89,000 in fines
  • May 09 - [Region 4 News Release] - 2011 - 05/09/2011 - US Department of Labor's OSHA cites Alabama canopy company for exposing workers to fall hazards; proposes more than $200,000 in fines
  • May 02 - [Region 4 News Release] - 2011 - 05/02/2011 - US Department of Labor's OSHA cites Georgia masonry company with 13 safety violations, proposes $51,300 in penalties




For News Releases prior to January 20, 2009 please see the Archive.