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  • August 4 - Trade Release - OSHA approves Maine as newest State Plan protecting state and local government workers
  • August 3 - Region 5 - OSHA cites Chaney Roofing Maintenance for exposing workers to fall hazards
  • August 3 - Region 5 - Worker suffers severe burns at Bellevue, Ohio, plastic company
  • July 30 - Region 6 - Plastics company exposes workers to combustible dust, corrosive chemicals and other safety hazards
  • July 30 - Region 5 - Steel roller fatally crushed maintenance worker, safety guards ignored
  • July 30 - Region 8 - Cabinet manufacturer Oak Creations exposed Columbus, Montana, workers to fire, explosion, amputation and respiratory hazards
  • July 29 - Region 7 - Missouri manufacturer exposes workers to amputation hazards
  • July 29 - Region 6 - Releasing highly hazardous chemicals lands Gregory, Texas, energy facility in hot water with OSHA
  • July 29 - Federal Register 80: 45238-45248 - Newport News Shipbuilding; Notice of Application for a Permanent Variance and Request for Comments
  • July 29 - Federal Register 80: 45116-45131 - Clarification of Employer's Continuing Obligation To Make and Maintain an Accurate Record of Each Recordable Injury and Illness
  • July 28 - Region 4 -Georgia metal fabrication installer fails to protect workers from dangerous falls
  • July 28 - Region 2 - Workers exposed to fire and explosion hazards at perfume factory in Cedar Grove, New Jersey
  • July 28 - Region 5 - 30-year-old temporary worker needs surgery after her hand catches in packaging machine at Oak Creek, Wisconsin, food manufacturer
  • July 28 - Region 4 - For the third time in a year, Jasper Contractors in Jacksonville, Florida, is cited for exposing workers to dangerous falls and other safety hazards
  • July 28 - Trade Release - OSHA issues proposed rulemaking clarifying the ongoing obligation to make and maintain accurate records of work-related injuries and illnesses
  • July 27 - Region 6 - Zareena Investments Inc. doing business as Super Cleaners in San Antonio cited by OSHA...again
  • July 27 - Region 4 - OSHA finds Shoreline Foundation Inc. exposes workers to drowning, fall and impalement hazards
  • July 27 - Federal Register 80: 44386-44398 - Traylor Bros., Inc., Application for Permanent Variance and Interim Order; Grant of Interim Order; Request for Comments
  • July 27 - Federal Register 80: 44384-44386 - T[Uuml]V S[Uuml]D America, Inc.: Grant of Expansion of Recognition
  • July 24 - Region 2 - Employee's death at International Paper's Ticonderoga plant 'preventable'
  • July 22 - Region 6 - Trench collapse seriously injures worker, leads to $424K fine for employer
  • July 22 - Region 6 - Texas worker injured after being denied safety equipment; employers cited
  • July 22 - Region 3 - Wilmington, Delaware, manufacturer exposes workers to potentially explosive combustible dust, other safety and health hazards
  • July 22 - Region 4 - LaGrange, Georgia agricultural equipment manufacturer exposes workers to deadly safety hazards
  • July 21 - Region 5 - Ashley Furniture cited again, faces new proposed penalties for failing to protect workers from moving machine parts
  • July 20 - Trade Release - OSHA provides guidance to OSHA compliance officers for enforcing the revised Hazard Communication standard
  • July 20 - Region 1 - Employees of New Britain, Conn., heat treatment plant face chemical, fire, explosion and mechanical hazards
  • July 16 - Region 7 - Welders and grinders face toxic metal, noise hazards at Springfield, Missouri, plant
  • July 16 - Region 5 - Middlefield, Ohio, pallet maker allowed 14-year-old to operate machine illegally, resulting in loss of hand
  • July 16 - Region 4 - Transformers Construction and Buildtronix in Jacksonville, Florida, continues to put employees at risk of dangerous falls and eye protection hazards
  • July 16 - Region 6 - OSHA renews alliance with South Louisiana Service, Transmission, Exploration and Production Safety Network
  • July 16 - Region 6 - Workers risked dangerous falls at Shenandoah, Texas, worksite
  • July 16 - Region 10 - Pacific Northwest trucking company retaliates against sick, tired drivers again
  • July 16 - Region 6 - Steel fabricator continues to endanger workers, OSHA finds
  • July 16 - Region 5 - Manufacturer cited by OSHA after press crushes worker's finger
  • July 15 - Region 5 - Worker endures 3 surgeries after press crushes hand at seal manufacturer
  • July 14 - Region 5 - OSHA cites Hugo's Roofing Contractors for exposing workers to fall hazards
  • July 13 - Region 4 - Refrigeration company puts temporary and permanent workers at risk of ammonia exposure due to poor maintenance of coolant systems
  • July 13 - Region 6 - With long history of violations, El Paso, Texas, company faces more than $321K in federal fines
  • July 13 - Region 4 - Employees injured by violent clients at Birmingham, Alabama, social services center
  • July 13 - Trade Release - OSHA directive updates inspection procedures for protecting workers from tuberculosis in healthcare settings
  • July 13 - Trade Release - OSHA schedules meeting of the Maritime Advisory Committee for Occupational Safety and Health in Florida
  • July 13 - Trade Release - OSHA schedules meeting of the Federal Advisory Council on Occupational Safety and Health
  • July 9 - Region 5 - US Labor Department files suit to reinstate John Deere employee dismissed for reporting unsafe working conditions
  • July 9 - Region 5 - Auto parts manufacturer ignores safety hazards, worker loses fingertip
  • July 9 - Region 6 - Deaths of four workers prompts deeper look at DuPont Safety Practices
  • July 9 - Trade Release - OSHA issues temporary enforcement policy for confined spaces in construction
  • July 6 - Region 4 - OSHA finds Alabama plastic manufacturer exposes workers to amputation, fall and electrical hazards
  • July 6 - Region 2 - More employee protections against workplace violence, thanks to changes at Brookdale University Hospital and Medical Center

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