The June 26 webinar will include a case study of a fatal residential fire in a Scottsdale, Ariz., home equipped with an automatic fire sprinkler.
The MSHA administrator wrote that the Holmes Mine Rescue Association is the culmination of collaborative efforts by his agency and the mine safety community to address gaps in mine emergency response.
OSHA Assistant Secretary Dr. David Michaels and Suzy McDonald of the Department of Health of Canada are scheduled to sign a memorandum of understanding June 19.
Users who enter a specific location will see the physical characteristics of the crossing and the type of traffic controls installed there described.
The EPA will distribute grants totaling $5 million.
The World's Largest Swimming Lesson™ takes place June 18 with organizers predicting it will set another Guinness World Record.
The 2012 annual safety review from the European Aviation Safety Agency shows fewer fatal accidents involving helicopters and general aviation aircraft that the year before.
The Governor's Industrial Safety and Health Advisory board is accepting them until June 30 and will recognize recipients at a September conference in Tacoma, Wash.
The awards honored Quest Diagnostics, Walmart, and three others for promoting healthy lifestyles and reducing cancer risks among their employees.
They helped 39 people down after the Rameses Revenge ride at the Chessington World of Adventure stopped with the children and adults 12 feet above a walkway.
The Chick-a-Dee brand detectors are insufficiently sensitive to smoke and alarm at too low a volume.
More than two dozen signs will be installed along New Jersey highways to encourage compliance with the Move Over law.
A new document from Britain's OSHA agency says setting alarm points "should not be 'fit and forget'" because initial alarm set-points may be adjusted up or down due to process-related events and instrument characteristics.
Most of the 5,442 cases reported from Jan. 1 to May 1, 2013, are unvaccinated adult males.
The company was shut down under FMCSA's "Operation Quick Strike."
"New sprinkler systems are required in new buildings, but we need to do more to ensure the best systems are retrofitted in older buildings," said U.S. Sen. Susan Collins.
OSHA investigators found $55,505 worth of citations at the brake system manufacturer.
Regina M. Benjamin, MD, MBA, has served in the post since late 2009 and is the 18th surgeon general in U.S. history.
The company confirmed a second person injured at the Geismar, La., plant has died.
The West Virginia Office of Miners' Health, Safety & Training reminded stakeholders June 4 that they had 210 days left to install shelters with refitted compressed gas cylinder valves.