OSHA News Releases - March 2005 (Archived)
March 1, 2005 to March 31, 2005

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  • March 31 [Trade News Release] - 2005 - 03/31/2005 - Statement by Jonathan L. Snare, Acting Assistant Secretary of Labor for OSHA
  • March 30 [Trade News Release] - 2005 - 03/30/2005 - OSHA Aligns with the Association of Energy Service Companies
  • March 29 [Region 4 News Release] - 2005 - 03/29/2005 - Alabama Companies, Training Institute, State Agency Join with OSHA to Protect Auto Manufacturing Workers
  • March 28 [Region 4 News Release] - 2005 - 03/28/2005 - Mexican Consulate Partners with OSHA, Georgia Tech, Opens Hotline to Assist Callers with Work-related Concerns
  • March 28 [Region 5 News Release] - 2005 - 03/28/2005 - OSHA to Provide Basic Workplace Safety, Health Training Course in Spanish Beginning May 24 in Chicago
  • March 24 [Trade News Release] - 2005 - 03/24/2005 - American Apparel & Footwear Association Renews Alliance with OSHA
  • March 24 [OSHA Statement] - 2005 - 03/24/2005 - Statement by Jonathan L. Snare, Acting Assistant Secretary of Labor for OSHA
  • March 22 [Region 2 News Release] - 2005 - 03/22/2005 - OSHA Fines Mendon, N.Y., Contractor $116,000 for Cave-In Hazards at Two Greater Rochester Worksites
  • March 21 [Region 1 News Release] - 2005 - 03/21/2005 - Portsmouth Naval Shipyard Achieves OSHA Recognition
  • March 18 [Region 6 News Release] - 2005 - 03/18/2005 - Excavation Hazards at Baton Rouge Worksite Bring OSHA Citations and Fines Totaling $76,750
  • March 18 [Region 6 News Release] - 2005 - 03/18/2005 - OSHA Recognizes Dallas/Fort Worth Airport Capital Development Program For Safety and Health
  • March 17 [National News Release] - 2005 - 03/17/2005 - OSHA Convenes First National Strategic Partnership Conference
  • March 15 [Region 7 News Release] - 2005 - 03/15/2005 - OSHA Continues Falls Initiative in Midwest Region
  • March 14 [Region 6 News Release] - 2005 - 03/14/2005 - New Alliance Will Promote Safety and Health for Hispanic Workers in West Texas
  • March 14 [Region 1 News Release] - 2005 - 03/14/2005 - U.S. Labor Department Joins with Business, Labor and State Government to Improve Safety and Health for Maine's Telecommunications Workers
  • March 14 [Region 6 News Release] - 2005 - 03/14/2005 - UNA NUEVA ALIANZA PROMOVER LA SEGURIDAD Y LA SALUD PARA LOS TRABAJADORES HISPANOS EN TEXAS
  • March 10 [Trade News Release] - 2005 - 03/10/2005 - OSHA Identifies 14,000 Workplaces with High Injury and Illness Rates
  • March 08 [Region 1 News Release] - 2005 - 03/08/2005 - OSHA and Water Works Association Work Together To Reduce Cave-Ins
  • March 07 [Region 7 News Release] - 2005 - 03/07/2005 - Delta Airlines-MCI Airport Customer Service Achieves OSHA Recognition
  • March 07 [Region 5 News Release] - 2005 - 03/07/2005 - Monsanto Site in Waterman, Ill., Receives OSHA's Top Safety Recognition
  • March 07 [Region 2 News Release] - 2005 - 03/07/2005 - OSHA Fines Cohoes, N.Y., Insulation Manufacturer $134,750 for Safety and Health Hazards
  • March 07 [Region 3 News Release] - 2005 - 03/07/2005 - OSHA Recognizes PPL Electric Utilities-East Region for Safety and Health Achievement
  • March 04 [Region 6 News Release] - 2005 - 03/04/2005 - OSHA Cites Big Dog Drilling Following Fatal Electrocution
  • March 04 [Region 6 News Release] - 2005 - 03/04/2005 - OSHA Cites Houston Refinery $109,500 Following Fatal Texas City Accident
  • March 04 [Region 1 News Release] - 2005 - 03/04/2005 - OSHA Fines Flooring Contractor $70,000 Following Fire that Killed Two Workers at a Somerville, Mass., Worksite
  • March 03 [Region 4 News Release] - 2005 - 03/03/2005 - OSHA Cites Alabama Company Following Fatal Accident
  • March 03 [Region 1 News Release] - 2005 - 03/03/2005 - OSHA Fines Florida Employer $80,500 for Lead Hazards at Chester, Maine, Bridge Deleading Project
  • March 01 [Trade News Release] - 2005 - 03/01/2005 - MACOSH Public Meeting Set for March 31 in Washington
  • March 01 [Region 6 News Release] - 2005 - 03/01/2005 - OSHA Cites Valmont Coatings After Chemical Spill Sends 18 to Hospital