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  • July 22 - Region 4 - OSHA: Auto parts manufacturer continues to expose workers to amputation, crushing and other serious machine hazards
  • July 22 - Statement - Statement from OSHA Regional Administrator Richard Mendelson on U.S. Steel settlement
  • July 21 - Region 6 - OSHA cites Corpus Christi Steam methane reformer plant for willful, serious violations for safety failures that exposed workers to health dangers
  • July 21 - Region 4 - Workplace safety inspection finds Georgia’s Chaparral Boats exposing employees to serious hazards; OSHA proposes $47K in fines
  • July 21 - Federal Register 81:47438-47440 - SGS North America, Inc.: Applications for Expansion of Recognition
  • July 21 - Federal Register 81:47440-47442 - Asbestos in General Industry; Extension of the Office of Management and Budget's (OMB) Approval of Collections of Information
  • July 21 - Federal Register 81:47437-47438 - Agency Information Collection Activities: Announcement of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Control Numbers Under the Paperwork Reduction Act
  • July 15 - Region 8 - OSHA issues 1 repeat, 10 serious citations to Colorado steel mill after inspection in agency's effort to prevent amputations
  • July 15 - Region 4 - OSHA cites Macy's, The Finish Line for blocked exits, electrical shock hazards and other safety violations; retailers face more than $103K in fines
  • July 15 - Region 1 - OSHA cites East Hartford mattress recycler for uncorrected, new and recurring hazards for workers
  • July 14 - Region 5 - OSHA finds lack of machine safety guarding after worker suffers fracture of three fingers at Ohio metal alloy manufacturer
  • July 14 - Region 2 - Newark metal treatment company faces $87K penalty for exposing workers to fall, chemical, electrical, and compressed gas hazards
  • July 14 - Region 1 - Andover contractor exposes employees to cave-in hazards in Stoneham
  • July 13 - Trade Release - OSHA delays effective date for enforcing employees' rights to report workplace injuries, illnesses
  • July 13 - Region 2 - Despite fire in 2015, Warren County manufacturer fails to correct combustible dust hazard, allows recurring fire, explosion and fall hazards
  • July 13 - Region 3 - OSHA calls on greater Philadelphia construction companies to act now to prevent worker falls after five tragic incidents in one month
  • July 11 - Region 3 - Nation's leading pallet company agrees to pay fired worker $105K, resolving US Labor Department lawsuit
  • July 11 - Region 6 - Oil and gas equipment manufacturer, local staffing company face $120K in fines after OSHA finds a combined 34 safety violations
  • July 11 - Region 8 - Denver stone distributor cited by OSHA for willful, repeat, serious violations after more than 3 tons of granite fall on, kill warehouse worker
  • July 7 - Region 5 - Emergency medical service provider fails to protect employees from risks of bloodborne pathogens
  • July 7 - Region 3 - OSHA cites Amerway for again overexposing employees to lead hazards at Altoona manufacturing facility; failing to provide respiratory protection
  • July 7 - Region 2 - OSHA cites Tonawanda Coke for repeat, serious safety violations after employee dies while servicing operating coal elevator
  • July 7 - Federal Register 81:44331-44332 - Agency Information Collection Activities; Submission for OMB Review; Comment Request; Benzene Standard
  • July 7 - Federal Register 81:44330-44331 - Agency Information Collection Activities; Submission for OMB Review; Comment Request; Personal Protective Equipment for General Industry
  • July 6 - Region 7 - OSHA finds multiple hazards at Missouri auto parts manufacturing facility
  • July 6 - Region 2 - Judge upholds OSHA citations and $249k in penalties against New York contractor for scaffold hazards at Manhattan hotel construction site
  • July 5 - Region 3 - Federal inspectors cite national pediatric health care provider for failing to protect home care workers from physical, sexual assault
  • July 5 - Region 6 - OSHA fines landscaping products manufacturer $66K for repeat, serious violations after complaints of unsafe working conditions
  • July 5 - Region 5 - OSHA investigation finds two Lakemoor Dental locations failed to protect employees from risks of bloodborne pathogens
  • July 1 - Region 5 - OSHA, Chippewa Valley Technical College renew alliance to train and protect workers from job hazards
  • July 1 - Federal Register 81:43429-43461 - Department of Labor Federal Civil Penalties Inflation Adjustment Act Catch-Up Adjustments; Final Rule
  • June 30 - Region 5 - OSHA orders Dearborn Heights School District to pay $193K to employee punished for warning of asbestos exposures at city school
  • June 30 - Region 2 - OSHA cites food manufacturer after worker dies after 24-foot fall at the company's Jersey City warehouse
  • June 30 - Region 6 - OSHA fines Johns Manville after employee suffers hand amputation
  • June 30 - National Release - US Department of Labor announces new rules to adjust civil penalty amounts
  • June 30 - Region 6 - OSHA fines underground utility contractor $52K for exposing workers to repeat, serious excavation hazards
  • June 30 - Trade Release - OSHA National Advisory Committee on Occupational Safety and Health schedules fifth meeting of the Emergency Response and Preparedness Subcommittee
  • June 30 - Federal Register 81:42741-42742 - Maritime Advisory Committee for Occupational Safety and Health
  • June 29 - Region 5 - Ohio auto parts manufacturer faces $3.42M in fines after OSHA finds company willfully exposed temporary workers to machine hazards
  • June 29 - Region 5 - OSHA finds Waupaca company lacked proper precautions for using sulfur dioxide at its foundry core manufacturing, metal coating facility
  • June 29 - Trade Release - OSHA reminds employers to protect workers from dangers of handling fireworks
  • June 28 - Region 6 - OSHA finds workers exposed to amputation dangers at San Angelo woodworking manufacturer; company, staffing agency fined $63K
  • June 28 - Region 8 - OSHA orders tour bus operator's former owner to pay $11K for retaliating after employee refused to drive unsafe bus
  • June 27 - Region 3 - OSHA deploying assets to flood impacted West Virginia counties to ensure safety and health of workers, general public involved in cleanup efforts
  • June 27 - Region 4 - OSHA cita a contratista de albañilería en Georgia por exponer a sus trabajadores a riesgos de caídas peligrosas de andamios en 7 de 7 inspecciones
  • June 27 - Region 4 - OSHA cites Georgia masonry contractor for exposing workers on scaffolding to dangerous fall risks in 7 out of 7 inspections
  • June 27 - Federal Register 81:41597-41598 - Agency Information Collection Activities; Submission for OMB Review; Comment Request; Walking-Working Surfaces Standard
  • June 23 - Region 3 - Despite extensive violation history, OSHA finds Dollar General continues to expose workers to safety hazards at Shamokin, Pennsylvania, store
  • June 23 - Region 4 - OSHA announces Safety Stand-Down at worksites throughout Southeast to emphasize response to, prevention of heat-related illnesses, injuries
  • June 22 - Region 5 - Inspection finds Ohio foundry continues to expose workers to hazards
  • June 22 - Region 6 - More than $50K in OSHA fines for Fort Worth steel fabricator
  • June 22 - Region 6 - OSHA issues willful, serious citations for MillerCoors Fort Worth brewery
  • June 22 - Region 5 - Towing parts manufacturer continues to expose workers to machine, electrical hazards at Mentor manufacturing facility
  • June 21 - Region 7 - OSHA fines grain elevator company for willfully, repeatedly exposing workers to potentially fatal grain engulfment hazards
  • June 21 - Region 7 - OSHA finds cold storage company lacked proper procedures for use of potentially dangerous ammonia
  • June 21 - Region 2 - Union City contractor allowed dangerous hazards that led to worker’s fatal fall while removing siding at Bayonne home
  • June 21 - Region 2 - Employees exposed to widespread, potentially fatal electrical, fall hazards at Williamsburg building site
  • June 21 - Region 7 - OSHA finds absence of proper safety guards led two workers to suffer amputation injuries at Piedmont food manufacturer
  • June 21 - Region 5 - Non-GMO food additive manufacturer faces $180K in fines after explosion, fire injures 4 workers at Ohio facility
  • June 20 - Region 4 - Follow-up OSHA inspection finds workplace safety problems persist at Georgia pipe fabricator; nearly $76K in fines proposed
  • June 20 - Region 2 - OSHA cites Wegmans Food Market's Rochester bakery for repeat safety violations after operating conveyor injures employee's arm
  • June 20 - Region 2 - Chautauqua County manufacturer fails to correct fall hazard, allows recurring electrical hazard; faces OSHA fines of $87K
  • June 16 - Region 9 - OSHA reminds Phoenix-area employers to protect workers from heat illness
  • June 16 - Trade Release - OSHA schedules meeting to discuss protecting workers performing tree care operations
  • June 16 - Trade Release - OSHA holds training event to help improve federal worker safety and health
  • June 15 - Region 5 - OSHA follow-up inspection finds Ohio sign manufacturer continues to expose workers to respiratory, chemical hazards
  • June 15 - Region 4 - OSHA attributes worker fatality, injury at Kroger distribution center to a failure to inspect, recognize visible hazards
  • June 15 - Region 4 - La OSHA atribuye la muerte de un trabajador y una lesión en el centro de distribución de Kroger a una omisión a la inspección y el reconocimiento de peligros visibles
  • June 15 - Region 6 - OSHA reminds Texas employers to protect workers from heat illness
  • June 14 - Region 5 - Worker loses four-fingers after hand caught in unguarded machine at Baldwin, Illinois, power generation plant
  • June 14 - Region 5 - Town City Construction again allows roofers to work without safety harnesses; ignores violations, fines; endangers employees six times in six years
  • June 14 - Region 5 - Five companies face OSHA violations, $115K in fines after federal inspectors observe multiple safety hazards at Lincoln construction site

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