At least two companies announced they are sending supplies to West Africa or making online training programs available free for U.S. health care workers, and Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen raised his commitment to "at least $100 million."
MSHA announced it has imposed a fine of $1,077,800 in the case.
Ensign was cited with two repeat safety violations.
The organization's two-year report shows the Red Cross has spent or made commitments to spend more than $310 million, or 99 percent of the $311.5 million donated for its Sandy response and recovery work.
The Menomonee Falls, Wis.-based company faces proposed fines of $132,800.
The safety board determined Oct. 22 that a truck driver involved in a collision with a train in May 2013 was distracted because of a phone conversation he was having at the time.
WHO's Global Tuberculosis Report 2014 shows 9 million people developed tuberculosis in 2013 and 1.5 million died.
The solid waste removal trucking company is based in Mableton, Ga.
MSHA reported 99 percent of the samples collected met new compliance levels.
The "Speak up. Work safe." video contest offers cash prizes and is open to Oregon high school students.
A statement from the National Safety Council is directed toward health care employers whose workers have a risk of exposure.
Paris Charles de Gaulle will be the first airport to deploy RECAT-EU, the new categorization of wake turbulence and separation minimums, Eurocontrol announced.
The assessment finds Metra to be generally compliant with federal safety regulations.
Christine M. Branche, Ph.D., principal associate director of NIOSH and director of its Office of Construction Safety and Health, will receive the association's Robert B. Hurley Distinguished Service Award during the December meeting.
The agency said its message is especially urgent for owners affected by regional recalls in Florida, Puerto Rico, Guam, Saipan, American Samoa, the Virgin Islands, and Hawaii.
The progress comes despite pressure from the tobacco industry, according to WHO Director-General Dr. Margaret Chan.
How the 2014 midterm U.S. elections go may well determine whether the nuclear waste storage project in Nevada goes forward, four years after the Obama administration halted it.
Six panels of experts are participating with representatives from organizations including NTSB, NHTSA, Harvard Medical School, AAA, NIOSH, FDA, and sleep research centers at Stanford University and the University of Washington
The Newberry, Fla. company faces $41,000 in proposed penalties.
BSEE and EPA Secure a Settlement.