OSHA News Releases - February 2004 (Archived)
February 2, 2004 to February 27, 2004

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  • February 27 [Trade News Release] - 2004 - 02/27/2004 - OSHA Identifies Workplaces with Highest Injury and Illness Rates
  • February 27 [Region 2 News Release] - 2004 - 02/27/2004 - OSHA Launches Alliance with New Jersey Hospital Association to Protect Hospital and Long-Term Care Workers
  • February 27 [Region 1 News Release] - 2004 - 02/27/2004 - Widespread Safety Hazards at Connecticut Shipyard Bring $172,775 in OSHA Fines to Four Employers
  • February 26 [Trade News Release] - 2004 - 02/26/2004 - National Telecommunications Safety Panel Aligns with OSHA
  • February 26 [Region 6 News Release] - 2004 - 02/26/2004 - OSHA Fines Toshiba International Corp. Following Fatal Accident
  • February 25 [Region 6 News Release] - 2004 - 02/25/2004 - OSHA Cites Acme Bridge Co. Following Excavation Fatality in Kerrville
  • February 25 [Region 4 News Release] - 2004 - 02/25/2004 - OSHA Cites Two Alabama Companies Following Fatal Accident
  • February 25 [Region 5 News Release] - 2004 - 02/25/2004 - OSHA and Construction Contractors Partner To Improve Safety
  • February 24 [Region 6 News Release] - 2004 - 02/24/2004 - New Alliance Will Promote Safety for Area Oil and Gas Workers
  • February 24 [Region 1 News Release] - 2004 - 02/24/2004 - OSHA Cites Dorchester, Mass., Contractor for Cave-In Hazards at Pembroke, N.H., Jobsite
  • February 24 [Trade News Release] - 2004 - 02/24/2004 - OSHA Schedules Stakeholder Meetings on Hearing Conservation for Construction Workers
  • February 24 [Trade News Release] - 2004 - 02/24/2004 - OSHA Signs Alliance with Health Physics Society
  • February 24 [Region 2 News Release] - 2004 - 02/24/2004 - OSHA and YouthBuild, USA Promote Workplace Safety and Health For Youth in New York and New Jersey
  • February 24 [Region 5 News Release] - 2004 - 02/24/2004 - Springfield, Ohio Employer Faces $105,500 Fine After Failing To Correct Workplace Safety Hazards
  • February 23 [Region 6 News Release] - 2004 - 02/23/2004 - Asbestos Hazards At Louisiana Construction Site Bring OSHA Citations And Fines To Georgia Company
  • February 23 [Trade News Release] - 2004 - 02/23/2004 - OSHA Aligns with Associated Landscape Contractors of America
  • February 23 [Region 1 News Release] - 2004 - 02/23/2004 - OSHA Fines DeMoulas $72,500 for Forklift Safety Hazards
  • February 19 [Region 7 News Release] - 2004 - 02/19/2004 - Contract Cleaning Companies To Partner With OSHA
  • February 19 [Region 4 News Release] - 2004 - 02/19/2004 - OSHA Cites Richmond Hill Service Center Following Fatal Forklift Accident
  • February 19 [Trade News Release] - 2004 - 02/19/2004 - OSHA, Association of Occupational Health Professionals form Alliance
  • February 18 [Region 3 News Release] - 2004 - 02/18/2004 - OSHA Cites Monaca, Pa., Company For Unsafe Overhead Cranes
  • February 18 [Region 7 News Release] - 2004 - 02/18/2004 - Serious Fall Hazards Lead OSHA to Cite Steel Erection Company After Safety Investigation at Cape Girardeau Worksite
  • February 17 [Trade News Release] - 2004 - 02/17/2004 - Coordinating Committee For Automotive Repair Aligns with OSHA
  • February 17 [Trade News Release] - 2004 - 02/17/2004 - OSHA Aligns with International Warehouse Logistics Association
  • February 17 [Region 5 News Release] - 2004 - 02/17/2004 - OSHA Announces Dental Association Alliance in Wisconsin
  • February 17 [Trade News Release] - 2004 - 02/17/2004 - OSHA's List of Low-Hazard Industries Will Remain the Same for Additional Year
  • February 16 [Trade News Release] - 2004 - 02/16/2004 - OSHA, International Safety Equipment Association Join Forces at World of Concrete 2004 in Orlando
  • February 13 [Trade News Release] - 2004 - 02/13/2004 - OSHA Amends Commercial Diving Operations Standard
  • February 13 [Region 4 News Release] - 2004 - 02/13/2004 - OSHA Cites ConAgra for Georgia Workplace Fatality
  • February 12 [Trade News Release] - 2004 - 02/12/2004 - Crane and Derrick Negotiated Rulemaking Committee to Meet Twice in March
  • February 12 [Trade News Release] - 2004 - 02/12/2004 - MACOSH PUBLIC MEETING SET FOR March 2-4 IN WASHINGTON, DC
  • February 11 [Region 5 News Release] - 2004 - 02/11/2004 - Contractor, Federal Government Pledge to Make I-74 Construction Project Safe for Workers
  • February 11 [Trade News Release] - 2004 - 02/11/2004 - Forklift Operations by Young Workers Subject of Safety Initiative
  • February 11 [Region 2 News Release] - 2004 - 02/11/2004 - OSHA Announces Third Safety & Health Partnership at Power Plant Construction Project in Queens
  • February 11 [Region 1 News Release] - 2004 - 02/11/2004 - OSHA Cites Fairport, N.Y., Company For Failing to Correct Health Hazards
  • February 10 [Region 3 News Release] - 2004 - 02/10/2004 - Heinz Loft Contractor Pays $108,000 For Health And Safety Violations
  • February 10 [Region 2 News Release] - 2004 - 02/10/2004 - OSHA Announces Alliance to Improve Safety for City Health Care Workers
  • February 10 [Region 2 News Release] - 2004 - 02/10/2004 - OSHA, National Park Service and AFGE Forge Partnership at San Juan Historic Site
  • February 09 [Trade News Release] - 2004 - 02/09/2004 - Independent Lubricant Manufacturers Association Aligns with OSHA
  • February 09 [Region 2 News Release] - 2004 - 02/09/2004 - OSHA and the University of Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras Campus Form Alliance to Promote Workplace Safety and Health
  • February 09 [Trade News Release] - 2004 - 02/09/2004 - OSHA, Graphics Arts Coalition Renew Alliance
  • February 05 [Region 4 News Release] - 2004 - 02/05/2004 - OSHA Cites Georgia Pacific for Cedar Springs Workplace Fatality
  • February 05 [Region 1 News Release] - 2004 - 02/05/2004 - OSHA Fines Stanadyne For Wide Range Of Safety and Health Hazards
  • February 05 [Region 5 News Release] - 2004 - 02/05/2004 - OSHA Small Business Outreach Seminars On Safety Hazards Offered In February At Local Community Colleges
  • February 04 [Trade News Release] - 2004 - 02/04/2004 - OSHA Clarifies Policy on National Emergency Management Plan
  • February 04 [Region 6 News Release] - 2004 - 02/04/2004 - OSHA Fines Four Firms Following Construction Fatality in Carrollton, Texas
  • February 04 [Region 6 News Release] - 2004 - 02/04/2004 - OSHA Proposes $130,220 Penalty For Austin's Michael Angelo's Gourmet Foods Inc. for Follow-up Safety Violations
  • February 02 [Trade News Release] - 2004 - 02/02/2004 - ENFORCEMENT, OUTREACH, COMPLIANCE ASSISTANCE FOCUS OF OSHA'S FY-2005 PROPOSED BUDGET
  • February 02 [Region 7 News Release] - 2004 - 02/02/2004 - OSHA Program In Kansas Targets Concrete Industry