The Brooklyn, N.Y., store was cited for exit access and fall and chemical hazards.
These conferences take place every other year; more than 2,200 people participated in the fourth one, which took place Dec. 2-3, 2014.
The agency has conducted more than 175 inspections during 2013-2014 and has worked to implement the compounding provisions of the Drug Quality and Security Act, which Congress passed last year in response to the NECC fungal meningitis outbreak.
Inspectors witnessed a worker being struck by falling boxes.
The NSC has provided tips to stay safe in a news release.
The agency will release the list during a Jan. 13 news conference taking place at the 94th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board in Washington, D.C.
The accident occurred at the Kearney, Nebraska, automotive manufacturing plant.
Beginning Dec. 18, professional truck drivers no longer have to submit reports of their pre- and post-trip vehicle inspections if they have not found equipment problems or safety concerns.
The CSB nominations had languished since January 2014.
The citations come after a 21-year-old worker was fatally crushed at an auto parts supply plant.
The FR apparel manufacturer's resolutions will help workers and safety managers make sure their safety clothing, equipment, and procedures work as hard as they do in 2015.
Washington State Gov. Jay Inslee thanked the commission's members and staff for their work, as well as affected residents and first responders. He is proposing a transportation package that includes $36 million for landslide mitigation measures, funding for advanced LiDAR imagery, and risk analysis for priority areas.
The grant is for its short-time compensation layoff prevention program.
The agenda, currently in draft form, is intended to stimulate innovative research, practical applications, policy guidance, and capacity-building of Total Worker Health practitioners to improve workplace practices. Comments are due by Dec. 22.
In his testimony before two Senate committees, Dr. David Michaels recommended indexing OSHA's penalties for inflation and increasing criminal penalties "to provide a credible deterrent."
To celebrate the milestone, IPAF is inviting all valid PAL Card holders to enter a drawing -- and there are currently more than 500,000 valid PAL Cards worldwide.
The Baytown, Texas, company faces $126,000 in proposed fines.
The money is intended to expand the youth skills training and education program.
The Middleburg, Fla., company faces $169,000 in proposed fines.
Aiming to teach 5,000 New York City high school students compression-only CPR, the program is taught by the FDNY Mobile CPR Training Unit.