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  • February 27 - Region 10 - Federal judge orders US Postal Service to pay employee $229K in damages for whistleblower retaliation
  • February 27 - Federal Register 79: 10633-10635 - Special Meeting: Advisory Committee on Construction Safety and Health (ACCSH)
  • February 26 - Region 5 - A & D Wood Products workers face amputation and explosion risks at Elida, Ohio, wood pallet manufacturing facility
  • February 26 - Region 2 - Duane Reade Manhattan 6th Avenue store exposes employees to fire and crushing hazards from blocked exits and carelessly piled stock
  • February 26 - Federal Register 79: 10518-10519 - Agency Information Collection Activities; Submission for OMB Review; Comment Request; Vertical Tandem Lifts for Marine Terminals
  • February 26 - Federal Register 79: 10516 - Agency Information Collection Activities; Submission for OMB Review; Comment Request; Coke Oven Emissions
  • February 25 - Region 2 - Lack of protective equipment leaves employees of Madison, New Jersey, manufacturer exposed to amputation hazards, finds OSHA
  • February 25 - Region 1 - For the fourth time in 4 years, Massachusetts roofing contractor cited for exposing employees to potentially fatal falls
  • February 24 - Region 7 - Worker loses toes in Waterville, Kansas, grain bin; incident due to safety violations
  • February 24 - Region 2 - Bentley Laboratories exposed temporary workers to chemical, noise and machine hazards
  • February 19 - Region 6 - Workers exposed to cave-in hazards at excavation site
  • February 19 - Region 5 - Inspection finds Basic Marine again exposes workers to dangerous hazards
  • February 19 - Region 4 - Jacksonville, Florida-based roofing company continues to expose workers to dangerous falls; OSHA proposes nearly $80K in penalties
  • February 19 - Region 4 - Alabama aluminum foil manufacturer endangers workers; OSHA cites company for 25 serious safety and health hazards
  • February 19 - Federal Register 79: 8907-8908 - SGS North America, Inc.: Grant of Expansion of Recognition
  • February 18 - National Release - Stand Tall, Stand Proud and Stand-Down for Fall Safety!
  • February 18 - Region 2 - OSHA fines moving and storage company nearly $90K for exposing workers to asbestos hazards at Newark, New Jersey, warehouse
  • February 18 - Region 6 - Milling facility exposed workers to explosion and electrical hazards
  • February 18 - Region 5 - Alliance Tubular Products again ignores violations and exposes workers to dangerous machinery and risk of serious injury
  • February 18 - Region 3 - OSHA fines Seitz Technical Products more than $42K for exposing workers to chemical hazards at Oxford, Pa., facility
  • February 18 - Region 1 - Employees at Bristol, Connecticut, trash-to-energy plant exposed to combustible dust, fire, electrical, confined space, other hazards
  • February 18 - Trade Release - OSHA and NIOSH issue hazard alert on protecting workers from silica exposure during countertop manufacture and installation
  • February 18 - Trade Release - OSHA will hold meeting of the Maritime Advisory Committee for Occupational Safety and Health
  • February 18 - Federal Register 79: 8698-8699 - TUV SUD America, Inc.: Grant of Expansion of Recognition
  • February 12 - Region 6 - Workers at a Fort Worth, Texas-based plumbing and heating equipment producer exposed to safety hazards
  • February 12 - Region 1 - Central Transport LLC shipping exposes terminal employees in multiple states to injuries and death from defective forklifts
  • February 12 - Region 7 - OSHA finds roofer's death and second man's serious injuries could have been prevented with fall protection
  • February 12 - Region 5 - Painter dies in cell tower fall due to inadequate protective equipment
  • February 12 - Region 5 - Frick Service Inc. exposes workers to electrical, respiratory hazards
  • February 12 - Region 5 - Mercury Products Corp. fails to train, protect temp workers from mechanical and electrical hazards
  • February 12 - Region 2 - OSHA finds Northstar Contracting Group exposed workers to falls while trimming trees at Morris Plains, N.J., psych hospital
  • February 11 - Region 7 - Gateway Extrusions again exposes workers to amputation, other hazards
  • February 11 - Region 6 - Pork-processing facility cited for exposing workers to corrosive chemical
  • February 11 - Federal Register 79: 7636-7646 - Impregilo Healy Parsons Joint Venture; Application for Permanent Variance and Interim Order; Grant of Interim Order; Request for Comments
  • February 10 - Region 1 - Formed Fiber Technologies in Auburn, Maine, exposes employees to lacerations, amputation and other hazards
  • February 10 - Region 7 - OSHA cites Saia Motor Freight Line after explosion injures 4 in St. Louis
  • February 9 - Region 5 - Reynolds Nationwide exposes workers to dangerous fumes in food transport tankers at London, Ohio, facility
  • February 6 - Region 6 - Animal feed producer exposes workers to potential dust explosion and other hazards
  • February 6 - Region 6 - Explosion at Madden Bolt steel manufacturer kills worker
  • February 6 - Federal Register 79: 6652-6656 - Arizona State Plan for Occupational Safety and Health
  • February 5 - Region 7 - MP Global Products LLC exposes workers to fire, amputation hazards
  • February 4 - Region 7 - Garda Armored Car fails to train drivers on fire extinguisher use
  • February 4 - Region 5 - For the 4th time in a year, OSHA cites Burrows Paper
  • February 4 - Region 5 - Lead paint exposure endangers workers on Blue Island bridge project
  • February 4 - Region 5 - OSHA cites International Paper Co. after worker suffers severe electrical shock
  • February 4 - Region 5 - OSHA cites BRT Extrusion after worker was crushed to death
  • February 3 - Region 8 - H & W Contracting exposes workers to dangerous trench cave-in hazards
  • February 3 - Region 5 - Flink Co. exposes workers to hexavalent chromium while cutting stainless steel
  • February 3 - Region 4 - Auto parts manufacturer and temp agency expose workers to electrocution, serious falls and other hazards
  • February 3 - Region 6 - Plating shop exposes workers to serious cancer risk; other health hazards
  • February 2 - Region 6 - OSHA forms alliance with the Louisiana Forestry Association and the Louisiana Logging Council in Baton Rouge
  • February 2 - Region 4 - Georgia automotive parts producer fails to protect employees from workplace safety hazards
  • February 2 - Region 6 - Aircraft maintenance workers exposed to hazardous chemicals
  • February 2 - Region 5 - Ashley Furniture faces $1.76M in fines after OSHA finds more than 1,000 worker injuries at Wisconsin site in past 36 months
  • February 2 - Trade Release - OSHA, EPA, and Fertilizer Safety and Health Partners sign alliance to protect workers and first responders from hazardous chemicals
  • January 30 - Region 2 - For the third time, OSHA finds roofing contractor allows fatal fall hazards at school job site
  • January 30 - Region 2 - New York Presbyterian-Columbia University Medical Center exposes employees to contaminated laundry, tuberculosis risks
  • January 29 - Region 6 - Indianhead Biomass Services explosion severely injures 2 workers
  • January 29 - Region 6 - Plastics manufacturer exposed workers to amputation hazards
  • January 28 - Region 10 - OSHA cites Idaho steel manufacturer following last year's death of welder who fell from misused forklift
  • January 27 - Region 5 - P & W Painting again exposes workers to workplace dangers
  • January 27 - Region 4 - OSHA investigation finds management ignores hazards after worker falls into acid-filled tank at Pell City, Alabama, auto parts manufacturer
  • January 27 - Region 2 - Warehouse workers face 'electrical nightmare' and other workplace dangers, OSHA inspection in Jersey City, New Jersey, reveals
  • January 27 - Federal Register 79: 4318-4319 - Agency Information Collection Activities; Submission for OMB Review; Comment Request; General Provisions and Confined and Enclosed Spaces and Other Dangerous Atmospheres in Shipyard Employment Standards

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