OSHA News Releases - June 2002 (Archived)
June 3, 2002 to June 28, 2002

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  • June 28 [Trade News Release] - 2002 - 06/28/2002 - OSHA TO ISSUE FINAL RULE ON RECORDING HEARING LOSS - Agency Will Seek Comments on Delaying MSD Provisions
  • June 27 [Region 5 News Release] - 2002 - 06/27/2002 - OSHA Launches Partnership To Protect Workers
  • June 26 [Region 5 News Release] - 2002 - 06/26/2002 - Partial Amputation Of Worker's Hand Leads To OSHA Fine Of $121,450 For Rice Lake, Wis., Firm
  • June 25 [Region 4 News Release] - 2002 - 06/25/2002 - Florida Contractors Fail to Protect Workers Against Falls, Bringing Over $80,000 in Proposed OSHA Penalties
  • June 25 [Region 6 News Release] - 2002 - 06/25/2002 - Safety Violations Lead to $149,000 Penalty against Houston Postal Service Branch
  • June 24 [Region 1 News Release] - 2002 - 06/24/2002 - Failure to Correct Previously-Cited Hazards Results in Over $57,000 in Additional Fines to Cape Cod Stone Manufacturer
  • June 21 [Region 5 News Release] - 2002 - 06/21/2002 - Amputation Of Worker's Fingers Leads To OSHA Fine Of $295,000 For Franklin Park, Ill., Firm
  • June 21 [Trade News Release] - 2002 - 06/21/2002 - OSHA SEEKING NOMINATIONS FOR MACOSH
  • June 20 [Region 1 News Release] - 2002 - 06/20/2002 - Failure to Protect Workers Against Safety and Health Hazards Lead To Nearly $42,000 In Fines for Seymour, Conn. Manufacturer
  • June 20 [Region 2 News Release] - 2002 - 06/20/2002 - Safety Hazards at Syracuse, N.Y., China Plant Lead to $119,000 in Proposed OSHA Fines
  • June 18 [Trade News Release] - 2002 - 06/18/2002 - OSHA Signs Alliance with Printing, Graphic Arts Industries
  • June 17 [Trade News Release] - 2002 - 06/17/2002 - 3M IN ABERDEEN, S.D. RECEIVES OSHA'S PRESTIGIOUS VPP STAR AWARD - OSHA Assistant Secretary John L. Henshaw Presents Award
  • June 17 [Region 4 News Release] - 2002 - 06/17/2002 - OSHA To Give Free Training On Reducing Amputation Hazards
  • June 14 [Region 3 News Release] - 2002 - 06/14/2002 - Asbestos Hazards Bring OSHA Citations and $115,500 Fine To Newark, N.J. Building Partnership
  • June 14 [Region 7 News Release] - 2002 - 06/14/2002 - Plattsmouth Manor Cited for Alleged Safety and Health Violations, $108,500 Penalty Proposed
  • June 13 [Region 6 News Release] - 2002 - 06/13/2002 - Failure to Protect Tower Construction Workers Brings New Braunfels, Texas, Firm $44,100 in OSHA Fines
  • June 13 [Region 4 News Release] - 2002 - 06/13/2002 - OSHA Cites Atlanta-area Concrete Company for Overexposing Workers to Silica Dust and Noise; Proposes $44,100 in Penalties
  • June 13 [Region 10 News Release] - 2002 - 06/13/2002 - Small Business Resource CD Available from OSHA
  • June 13 [Region 6 News Release] - 2002 - 06/13/2002 - Tunneling Fatality and Safety Violations Brings San Antonio's Du-Mor Enterprises $161,000 in OSHA Fines
  • June 12 [Trade News Release] - 2002 - 06/12/2002 - OSHA ANNOUNCES SELECTION OF STEWART BURKHAMMER AS DIRECTOR OF CONSTRUCTION SERVICES
  • June 12 [Trade News Release] - 2002 - 06/12/2002 - OSHA CLARIFIES POSITION ON THE REMOVAL OF CONTAMINATED NEEDLES
  • June 12 [Trade News Release] - 2002 - 06/12/2002 - OSHA EXTENDS APPLICATION DEADLINE FOR HARWOOD TRAINING GRANTS
  • June 10 [Trade News Release] - 2002 - 06/10/2002 - OSHA TO DEVELOP ERGONOMICS GUIDELINES FOR RETAIL GROCERY STORES, POULTRY PROCESSING
  • June 10 [Region 4 News Release] - 2002 - 06/10/2002 - Trenching Hazards in Atlanta Bring $91,000 in OSHA Penalties for Florida Company
  • June 07 [Region 6 News Release] - 2002 - 06/07/2002 - Failure to Protect Workers in Trenches Brings Williams Brothers Construction Co., Inc., Houston, Texas, $142,000 in Proposed OSHA Fines
  • June 07 [National News Release] - 2002 - 06/07/2002 - OSHA ISSUES SAFETY AND HEALTH VIOLATIONS AGAINST SUCCESSOR FIRMS TO DECOSTER EGG FARMS
  • June 07 [Region 3 News Release] - 2002 - 06/07/2002 - OSHA Recognizes Frito-Lay, Inc. For Safety And Health Success By Giving Highest Honor
  • June 06 [Region 6 News Release] - 2002 - 06/06/2002 - OSHA Proposes $115,200 in Penalties Against B R Brick and Masonry in Houston, for Safety and Health Violations
  • June 06 [Region 3 News Release] - 2002 - 06/06/2002 - OSHA Recognizes Wilmington, De. Company For Safety And Health Success By Giving Highest Honor
  • June 03 [Region 1 News Release] - 2002 - 06/03/2002 - Inadequate Safeguards Against Hearing Loss Lead to Nearly $90,000 in Fines for Franklin, Mass., Employer