This year, ensure you keep AEDs at the work site and train the team in their use.
The virtual meeting will take place on March 21, 2024, allowing stakeholder review of the proposed rule changes.
The rule change addresses definitions, penalty and bond amounts, and fees for general and specialty contractors.
More than 30 safety experts developed the standard over a three-year period.
Seven states and the District of Columbia have seen increases of at least 10 percent.
Aludyne Columbus now faces $182,344 in proposed penalties.
The new regulations, effective from April 1, 2024, aim to improve public safety and align with current industry practices.
Roofing is one of America's most dangerous professions, necessitating enhanced safety measures to reduce the annual fatalities and accidents.
Occupational falls—often underestimated and primarily occurring at lower levels—have become the second-leading cause of worker deaths, necessitating a tailored and comprehensive approach to safety hazard mitigation across all industries.
OSHA has deemed Phenix Lumber Co. a “severe violator” since 2020.
Miners should take these recommended precautions when working near water.
Brothers Construction Services Inc. has similar citations dating back to 2011.
The Tennessee-based company allegedly employed more than 24 minors to perform hazardous tasks.
The agency has proposed penalties of $348,683 to Kenric Steel LLC.
The annual observance—which largely focuses on workplace safety—takes place on April 25, 2024.