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Last 30 Days

  • September 30 - Region 1 - OSHA cites Stavis Seafoods Inc. for 20 serious violations following March ammonia leak in which employee died
  • September 30 - Region 6 - OSHA fines Houston machinery rebuilder more than $155K for continuing to expose workers to amputation, other hazards
  • September 30 - Federal Register 81:67397-67398 - Construction Fall Protection Systems Criteria and Practices, and Training Requirements; Extension of the Office of Management and Budget's (OMB) Approval of Information Collection (Paperwork) Requirements
  • September 29 - Region 5 - OSHA, Electrical Joint Apprenticeship and Training Trust renew alliance to train Chicago area electricians, protect them from job hazards
  • September 29 - Region 4 - Worker's first day on the job leads to severe injury, prompts OSHA investigation at construction site in Bay Harbor Island, Florida
  • September 29 - Region 1 - OSHA: Tire explosion which severely injured employee at Woburn truck sales and repair facility 'preventable'
  • September 29 - Region 4 - Florida roofing contractor exposes workers to dangerous fall, other hazards at Jacksonville work site; OSHA proposes more than $212K in penalties
  • September 29 - Federal Register 81:67012-67013 - Tennessee State Plan; Change in Level of Federal Enforcement: Marine Construction
  • September 29 - Federal Register 81:67008-67010 - Advisory Committee on Construction Safety and Health (ACCSH)
  • September 29 - Federal Register 81:67007-67008 - Nemko North America, Inc.: Grant of Expansion of Recognition
  • September 29 - Federal Register 81:67001-67003 - SGS North America, Inc.: Grant of Expansion of Recognition
  • September 29 - Federal Register 81:670010-67012 - Student Data Form; Extension of the Office of Management and Budget's (OMB) Approval of Information Collection (Paperwork) Requirements
  • September 29 - Federal Register 81:67006-67007 - Aerial Lifts Standard; Extension of the Office of Management and Budget's (OMB) Approval of Information Collection (Paperwork) Requirements
  • September 29 - Federal Register 81:67004-67006 - OSHA's Conflict of Interest and Disclosure Form; Extension of the Office of Management and Budget's (OMB) Approval of Information Collection (Paperwork) Requirements
  • September 29 - Federal Register 81:67003-67004 - Welding, Cutting, and Brazing; Extension of the Office of Management of Budget's (OMB) Approval of Information Collection (Paperwork) Requirements
  • September 28 - Region 5 - OSHA, Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Association alliance aims to reduce employee exposure to hazards associated with animal handling
  • September 28 - Region 5 - Wisconsin military explosives manufacturer faces nearly $143K in OSHA penalties for exposing workers to lead and other hazards
  • September 28 - Region 8 - OSHA fines roofer, home service contractor more than $61K for ignoring fall risk to workers at Colorado Springs work site
  • September 27 - Region 1 - OSHA: Methuen cave-in "could have been prevented"
  • September 27 - Region 5 - Global meat-casing manufacturer continues to expose workers to unsafe conditions at Illinois plant, OSHA says
  • September 27 - Region 7 - Landscaping company cited after 23-year-old worker succumbs to fatal heat stroke in 110-degree weather
  • September 22 - Region 5 - OSHA, Turner Construction forge partnership to train, protect construction workers on CH2 Data Center in Northlake, Illinois
  • September 20 - Region 5 - OSHA again finds Dollar General jeopardizing worker, customer safety
  • September 20 - Region 4 - OSHA cites Koch Foods of Mississippi after severe worker injuries
  • September 20 - Region 7 - Investigating grease fire at maintenance facility, OSHA finds US Postal facility failed to maintain working fire extinguishers
  • September 19 - Region 3 - Despite 40 prior violations at West Virginia sawmill, OSHA finds 27 more hazards in recent inspection; $214K in fines proposed
  • September 16 - Trade Release - OSHA to hold two meetings of National Advisory Committee on Occupational Safety and Health OSH Professionals Pipeline Work Group
  • September 16 - Trade Release - OSHA issues final rule establishing procedures for handling retaliation complaints under the Seaman's Protection Act
  • September 15 - Region 6 - OSHA, Permian Basin STEPS Network renew alliance to support improved safety culture for Texas' oil and gas workers
  • September 15 - Trade Release - OSHA issues new guidance on settlement approval in whistleblower cases
  • September 15 - Federal Register 81:63396-63414 - Procedures for the Handling of Retaliation Complaints Under the Employee Protection Provision of the Seaman's Protection Act, as Amended
  • September 14 - Region 4 - OSHA fines Pennsylvania chicken processing company $317K for exposing workers to health and safety hazards following employee amputation
  • September 14 - Region 4 - Roofing contractor willfully exposes workers to dangerous fall hazards at two Northern Florida work sites; OSHA proposes nearly $200K in fines
  • September 14 - Region 5 - OSHA finds cargo-handling company continues to expose O'Hare workers to forklift, electrical hazards
  • September 14 - Region 2 - OSHA investigation reveals Paterson construction company exposed employees to electrical, fall, safety hazards during rehab work at Belleville site
  • September 14 - Region 3 - OSHA cites Reading home for youth in crisis for failing to protect workers from assaults
  • September 14 - Federal Register 81:63226-63229 - Intertek Testing Services NA, Inc.: Application for Expansion of Recognition and Proposed Modification to the NRTL Program's List of Appropriate Test Standards
  • September 14 - Federal Register 81:63229-63231 - Underwriters Laboratories, Inc.: Application for Expansion of Recognition
  • September 12 - National Release - US Labor Department awards $10.5M in workplace safety and health training grants to 77 organizations to help high-risk workers, employers
  • September 12 - Region 5 - A-Brite Plating allows workers to continue to climb atop acid tanks despite employee's third-degree burns after fall
  • September 12 - Region 4 - Auto parts manufacturer, staffing agency continue to expose workers to fall, amputation, electrocution hazards at Georgia facility
  • September 12 - Region 5 - Ohio contractor exposes roofing workers at residential job site in Strasburg to dangerous fall hazards, faces $94K in federal fines
  • September 12 - Region 7 - OSHA cites Cooperative Producer's Hayland facility after investigation of elevator superintendent's death in soybean bin
  • September 12 - Federal Register 81:62766-62767 - Access to Employee Exposure and Medical Records; Extension of the Office of Management and Budget's (OMB) Approval of Information Collection (Paperwork) Requirements
  • September 8 - Region 5 - OSHA cites TimkenSteel's Canton, Ohio, plant after worker dies from nitrogen exposure
  • September 8 - Region 5 - OSHA's investigation of life-altering injury at General Aluminum Mfg. finds Ohio foundry continues to expose workers to machine hazards
  • September 8 - Federal Register 81:62052-62066 - Fall Protection in Shipyard Employment
  • September 8 - Trade Release - OSHA requests information on its safety standards addressing falls in shipyards
  • September 7 - Region 5 - OSHA cites food supplier after worker suffers amputation from unguarded machinery; proposes $76K in penalties
  • September 7 - Federal Register 81:61715-61717 - Crawler, Locomotive, and Truck Cranes Standard; Extension of the Office of Management and Budget's (OMB) Approval of Information Collection (Paperwork) Requirements
  • September 6 - Region 4 - OSHA cites food supplier after worker suffers amputation from unguarded machinery; proposes $76K in penalties
  • September 6 - Region 5 - OSHA again finds Indiana framing contractor failing to protect workers from dangerous fall hazards; proposes $44K in penalties
  • September 6 - Region 5 - OSHA cites Illinois contractor for again ignoring dangers of trench collapse
  • September 6 - Region 6 - More than $121K in OSHA fines proposed for construction companies that exposed workers to trench cave-in hazards at Austin project
  • September 6 - Region 5 - OSHA's investigation of lathe operator's fatal injuries finds machine guards were bypassed at Wisconsin machining facility
  • September 6 - Region 4 - US Labor Department urges storm recovery workers and public to be vigilant, aware of hazards during storm cleanup
  • September 1 - Region 6 - OSHA renews alliances with Mexican Consulates aimed at safety for construction workers in South Texas
  • September 1 - Region 4 - OSHA cites Florida contractor again for allowing dangerous fall hazards
  • September 1 - Region 6 - OSHA, Workers Defense Project renew alliance to promote worker safety and health for construction workers in Austin
  • September 1 - Region 2 - Syracuse auto parts manufacturer fails to correct electrical, crushing and respiratory hazards
  • September 1 - Region 1 - OSHA cites Connecticut diagnostic laboratory for inadequately protecting its employees against chemical hazards
  • September 1 - Region 4 - North Florida roofing contractor continues to expose workers to dangerous fall hazards; faces $128K in penalties
  • September 1 - Trade Release - OSHA, Health Canada update plan to align labelling and classification requirements for hazardous workplace chemicals
  • September 1 - Trade Release - OSHA appoints new director for its construction directorate
  • September 1 - Federal Register 81:60272-60274 - Occupational Exposure to Respirable Crystalline Silica; Correction

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