September 3, 2019 • Volume 18, Issue 16 • A twice-monthly newsletter with information about workplace safety and health.
Celebrating Safety on Labor Day
Labor Day honors the contributions of workers to our nation and celebrates the dignity of work. Read more.
OSHA's stakeholder meeting on October 8 in Washington, D.C., will focus on whistleblower practices related to the aviation industry.
A federal judge ordered a Pennsylvania company and its owner to pay $1.04 million to employees terminated for assisting with a safety investigation.
Fall Protection Violations
Machine Guarding Violations
Read about more OSHA enforcement cases.
OSHA ordered the Tennessee Valley Authority to pay back wages to an employee terminated after raising nuclear safety concerns.
Employers and workers are invited to participate in the 5th annual Arkansas Amputation Stand-Down to raise awareness and promote best practices.
OSHA's updated webpage on heat illness explains how planning and supervision can keep workers safe from temperature extremes in indoor or outdoor environments.