The assessment finds Metra to be generally compliant with federal safety regulations.
The progress comes despite pressure from the tobacco industry.
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.
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Employers are being challenged to play their part in improving mental health in their workplaces.
Fourteen people were transported to Washington Regional in Fayetteville for treatment, the hospital reported.
"We are committed to maintaining a strong collaborative effort to address this public health threat," the American Medical Association, American Hospital Association, and American Nurses Association say in an Oct. 16 joint statement.
The citation adds to penalties facing the retail chain across the nation.
The Oct. 27-28 National Institute of Standards and Technology workshop in Norman, Okla., will be the third in the series on developing a community-centric disaster resilience framework. Taken by FEMA's Andrea Booher, this photo shows the destruction in Moore, Okla., by an F5 tornado on May 20, 2013.
The grants are to help long-term unemployed Americans find work.
The organization represents more than 300,000 full-time firefighters and paramedics in the United States and Canada.
Beginning in May 2015, France's Ecole Nationale de l'Aviation Civile will welcome the first incoming group of students from Eurocontrol's Maastricht Upper Area Control Centre.
OSHA cited the employer for willful and serious safety violations.
AT&T was also a part of the event that announced the group's formation.
She had flown to Dallas from Cleveland on Oct. 13, and CDC is asking all 132 passengers on that flight to get in touch so they can be interviewed.
More than 2,000 flights at O'Hare and Midway airports were cancelled because of the damage caused by a fire, allegedly set by a contract employee, on Sept. 26.
Applications for grantees are due by Friday, Nov. 7. The grant supports a project to help the Mexican government combat labor discrimination.
"Our message is clear: There is no place for sexual assault or sexual harassment in the fire service," said Laura Baker, deputy chief of the Tucson Fire Department and president of the International Association of Women in Fire and Emergency Services.