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  • July 31 [Region 6 News Release] - 2002 - 07/31/2002 - Houston Manufacturing Company Agrees to Pay OSHA Penalties for Failing to Implement Safety Standards
  • July 31 [Region 3 News Release] - 2002 - 07/31/2002 - OSHA Partners with Contractors To Protect Workers On Federal Courthouse Project
  • July 31 [Region 5 News Release] - 2002 - 07/31/2002 - Workplace Safety Hazards Bring OSHA Citations to Spooner, Wis. Firm
  • July 30 [Region 6 News Release] - 2002 - 07/30/2002 - Houston Chemical Company Agrees to Pay OSHA Penalties for Failing to Implement Hazardous Chemicals Standards
  • July 30 [Trade News Release] - 2002 - 07/30/2002 - OSHA NAMES NEW ACCSH MEMBERS
  • July 30 [Region 6 News Release] - 2002 - 07/30/2002 - OSHA Sponsors August 12 Blood Drive at Various Houston Area Locations
  • July 26 [Region 8 News Release] - 2002 - 07/26/2002 - Safety Hazards at Denver Glass Fabricator and Distributor Lead to $207,000 in Proposed OSHA Fines
  • July 26 [Region 4 News Release] - 2002 - 07/26/2002 - Trenching Hazards at a Pompano Beach Job Site Bring $68,500 in OSHA Penalties for Florida Excavation Company
  • July 25 [Region 6 News Release] - 2002 - 07/25/2002 - Worker's Death at Franklinton Worksite Brings OSHA Penalties of $64,050
  • July 24 [Region 1 News Release] - 2002 - 07/24/2002 - Failure to Protect N.H. Workers Against Cave-in Hazards Leads to Fines against Four Contractors
  • July 24 [OSHA Statement] - 2002 - 07/24/2002 - STATEMENT BY ASSISTANT SECRETARY JOHN L. HENSHAW ON GUILTY PLEA BY TYLER PIPE COMPANY
  • July 23 [Region 1 News Release] - 2002 - 07/23/2002 - Failure to Correct Multiple Hazards Brings Claremont, N.H., Steel Fabricator OSHA Citations and $350,000 in Proposed Penalties
  • July 23 [Region 4 News Release] - 2002 - 07/23/2002 - OSHA To Give Free Training On Reducing Amputation Hazards
  • July 22 [Region 6 News Release] - 2002 - 07/22/2002 - Anthony, Texas, Firm's Failure to Protect Workers From Falls Brings OSHA Citations and $39,000 in Penalties
  • July 18 [Region 6 News Release] - 2002 - 07/18/2002 - Corpus Christi Firm's Failure to Protect Workers From Asbestos Exposure Brings OSHA Citations, Penalties
  • July 15 [National News Release] - 2002 - 07/15/2002 - National Emphasis Program on Nursing and Personal Care Facilities - News Release Supplemental
  • July 15 [Trade News Release] - 2002 - 07/15/2002 - OSHA ANNOUNCES NATIONAL EMPHASIS PROGRAM FOR NURSING AND PERSONAL CARE FACILITIES
  • July 15 [Trade News Release] - 2002 - 07/15/2002 - OSHA TAKES FIRST STEP IN PROPOSED NEW CRANE AND DERRICK SAFETY CONSTRUCTION STANDARD
  • July 15 [Region 4 News Release] - 2002 - 07/15/2002 - Worker Deaths Bring $91,000 in Proposed OSHA Penalties for Alabama Paper Mill
  • July 12 [Region 6 News Release] - 2002 - 07/12/2002 - OSHA Recommends Precautions to Take During Flood Clean-up
  • July 12 [Trade News Release] - 2002 - 07/12/2002 - OSHA TO WITHDRAW DIRECT FINAL RULE FOR SIGNS, SIGNALS, AND BARRICADES
  • July 03 [Region 6 News Release] - 2002 - 07/03/2002 - Failure to Protect Employees From Falls and Other Hazards Brings $50,500 in Proposed OSHA Penalties Against Limon Masonry Inc.
  • July 03 [Region 6 News Release] - 2002 - 07/03/2002 - Failure to Protect Employees From Falls and Other Hazards Brings Williams Brothers Construction Co. Inc., Houston, $64,500 in Proposed OSHA Fines
  • July 03 [National News Release] - 2002 - 07/03/2002 - Improper Excavation Procedures Contribute To Death of Construction Worker
  • July 02 [Region 1 News Release] - 2002 - 07/02/2002 - Improper Excavation Procedures Contribute To Death of Construction Worker

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