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  • April 18 - Federal Register 79: 21848-21849 - Record Requirements in the Mechanical Power Presses Standard
  • April 18 - Federal Register 79: 21876 - Record Requirements in the Mechanical Power Presses Standard
  • April 18 - Federal Register 79: 21956-21958 - Proposed Modification of the Uniform Chimney Variance To Include Industrial Access, Inc., and Marietta Silos LLC
  • April 15 - Region 4 - US Department of Labor's OSHA forms alliance with Georgia organizations to reduce worker exposure to silica in the construction industry
  • April 15 - Trade Release - OSHA schedules informal hearing on proposed extension of crane operator certification deadline
  • April 15 - Federal Register 79: 21164-21165 - Cranes and Derricks in Construction: Operator Certification
  • April 14 - Region 7 - Pinpoint Towers cited by US Department of Labor's OSHA after worker fatality on a telecommunication tower in Wichita
  • April 14 - Region 4 - L&L Lumber Co. cited for serious safety and health violations following inspection by US Department of Labor's OSHA
  • April 14 - Region 9 - US Department of Labor OSHA program aims to reduce retail injuries and fatalities in the Pacific
  • April 14 - Federal Register 79: 20920-20922 - Underwriters Laboratories Inc.; Application for Expansion of Recognition
  • April 11 - Trade Release - OSHA announces that the final rule revising standards for electric power generation, transmission and distribution has been published in the Federal Register
  • April 11 - Federal Register 79: 20315-20743 - Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution; Electrical Protective Equipment
  • April 10 - Region 5 - Wisconsin Central Limited ordered to pay more than $352,000 in back wages, damages to injured conductor after OSHA whistleblower investigation
  • April 9 - Region 6 - OSHA regional offices in Dallas and Chicago form alliance with the Philippine consulate general in Chicago to promote worker safety and health
  • April 9 - Region 6 - Fort Worth tank parts manufacturer cited by the US Department of Labor's OSHA for exposing workers to struck-by and amputation hazards
  • April 9 - Region 6 - Recycling facility in Lubbock, Texas, cited by US Department of Labor's OSHA for multiple, serious safety and health violations
  • April 9 - Region 5 - US Labor Department's OSHA fines Interlake Mecalux $71,700 for exposing workers to amputation, serious hazards at Illinois storage system manufacturer
  • April 9 - Region 6 - Tulsa developer exposes workers to fall hazards; US Department of Labor's OSHA proposes $90,600 in fines
  • April 8 - Region 2 - US Department of Labor's OSHA fines Precision Custom Coatings LLC $185,400 for willful and repeat violations
  • April 8 - Federal Register 79: 19394-19395 - Advisory Committee on Construction Safety and Health (ACCSH)
  • April 8 - Trade Release - OSHA schedules meeting of the Advisory Committee on Construction Safety and Health
  • April 8 - Region 2 - Little Falls, NY, paper manufacturer exposes workers to serious safety violations at multiple work sites
  • April 7 - Federal Register 79: 19125-19127 - Underground Construction Standard; Extension of the Office of Management and Budget's (OMB) Approval of Information Collection (Paperwork) Requirements
  • April 3 - Federal Register 79: 18630-18644 - Procedures for Handling Retaliation Complaints Under the Employee Protection Provision of the Consumer Financial Protection Act of 2010
  • April 3 - Trade Release - OSHA issues interim final rule protecting whistleblowers under Consumer Financial Protection Act
  • April 2 - National Release - Olivet Management faces $2.3M in OSHA fines for knowingly exposing workers to asbestos and lead at NY work site
  • April 2 - Region 4 - US Department of Labor's OSHA announces safety stand-down at Georgia highway work zone sites April 7-11, 2014
  • April 2 - Federal Register 79: 18583-18585 - Standard on the Control of Hazardous Energy (Lockout/Tagout); Extension of the Office of Management and Budget's (OMB) Approval of Information Collection (Paperwork) Requirements
  • April 2 - Region 2 - US Department of Labor's OSHA cites cabinetry, countertop manufacturer for combustible dust, chemical hazards
  • April 1 - Federal Register 79: 18318-18319 - Ionizing Radiation Standard; Extension of the Office of Management and Budget's (OMB) Approval of Information Collection (Paperwork) Requirements
  • April 1 - National Release - OSHA announces final rule revising standards for electric power generation, transmission and distribution
  • March 31 - Region 5 - US Department of Labor's OSHA fines Fischer Excavating $58,100 for trenching hazards at Rockford work site
  • March 31 - Federal Register 79: 18067-18068 - Agency Information Collection Activities; Submission for OMB Review; Comment Request; Hydrostatic Testing Provision of the Standard on Portable Fire Extinguishers
  • March 31 - Region 5 - US Department of Labor's OSHA issues $50,600 in proposed fines to Grede Wisconsin for repeatedly exposing workers to respirable silica dust
  • March 31 - Trade Release - OSHA schedules meeting of the Maritime Advisory Committee for Occupational Safety and Health
  • March 31 - Region 2 - US Department of Labor's OSHA cites Garfield, NJ, masonry contractor for repeat fall and scaffolding hazards
  • March 28 - Federal Register 79: 17580-17581 - Maritime Advisory Committee for Occupational Safety and Health (MACOSH)
  • March 27 - Region 4 - US Department of Labor's OSHA forms alliance with Concerned Beauty Professionals to reduce chemical hazards in the beauty industry
  • March 27 - Federal Register 79: 17188-17193 - Revision of OSHA's Policy for Incorporating New Test Standards Into the List of Appropriate NRTL Program Test Standards
  • March 26 - Region 2 - US Department of Labor's OSHA cites Diversified CPC International Inc. for chemical hazards
  • March 26 - Federal Register 79: 16820-16821 - Agency Information Collection Activities; Submission for OMB Review; Comment Request; Logging Operations Standard
  • March 26 - Federal Register 79: 16830-16831 - National Advisory Committee on Occupational Safety and Health (NACOSH)
  • March 26 - Trade Release - OSHA seeks nominations for members to serve on the National Advisory Committee on Occupational Safety and Health
  • March 25 - Region 4 - Atlantic Coast Asphalt in Jacksonville, Fla., cited by US Department of Labor's OSHA following worker being trapped in hot liquid asphalt
  • March 24 - Region 3 - Lack of fall protection, other safety hazards results in citations issued to Philadelphia construction company after inspection at Medford, NJ, work site
  • March 24 - Region 5 - US Department of Labor's OSHA cites two Ohio companies for exposing workers to dangerous levels of lead, serious fall hazards
  • March 24 - Region 3 - Danville manufacturer cited by US Labor Department's OSHA for continued employee exposure to highly toxic hexavalent chromium
  • March 20 - Trade Release - OSHA renews alliance with Sealant Waterproofing and Restoration Institute to address falls, other worker safety issues within industry
  • March 19 - Trade Release - La OSHA lanza un nuevo boletín educativo sobre los requisitos del registro de lesiones para proteger a los trabajadores temporales
  • March 19 - Region 6 - US Department of Labor's OSHA follow-up inspection finds 11 workplace violations at previously cited US Minerals LLC in Harvey, La.
  • March 19 - Trade Release - OSHA announces national stand-down for fall prevention in construction
  • March 18 - Region 2 - US Department of Labor's OSHA orders DISH Network to pay more than $257,000 in wages and damages to blacklisted former employee
  • March 18 - Region 4 - Following worker fatality, Georgia-based Smiley Plaster Co. cited by US Department of Labor's OSHA for exposing workers to fall hazards
  • March 18 - Region 5 - ConAgra Foods faces $117,000 in US Department of Labor OSHA penalties for failing to protect workers from dangerous machinery, other hazards
  • March 18 - National Release - OSHA continues extensive public engagement on silica proposal

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