The WTC Health Program is considering adding uterine cancer to the WTC-Related Conditions list.
The need to keep workers safe continues.
Employers should support workers in mental health and substance use recovery, NSC says.
Recognition and prevention of MSDs in the workplace is critical to employee safety and health.
The person responsible for fire safety must recognize their role in mitigating fire risks.
OSHA previously cited the contractor for similar violations.
From a free app to educational web pages, OSHA offers ways to keep your workers safe.
The collapse was caused by a portion of the bridge that was overstressed.
A new study from NSC found people who felt unsafe at work were more like to experience symptoms of anxiety or depression than their coworkers who felt safe.
In 2022, only 56 percent of Americans wash their hands six to 15 times per day.
Now OSHA is proposing citations and a penalty of $453k.
Stakeholders signed a partnership with OSHA for a construction project in Wisconsin.
The company was recognized for its work in health and safety.
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OSHA issued the citations and a $370K penalty to the paving company.
Maybe Artificial Intelligence could be the answer to many workplace safety questions.
Included in the citation are willful and safety violations.
Many workers said they are concerned the air may be polluted and think access to clean air is important.
The incident led OSHA to cite TYK America for 11 safety violations.
The new standard goes a step beyond the baseline and uses three sets of metrics.
OSHA also cited it for fall and machine hazard violations.
During the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, numerous government agencies along with professional institutions issued guidance regarding the operation of circulating fans.
A look back at the history of respiratory research and standards is eye-opening when you consider how much respiratory protection has done for us in the past two and a half years.
Companies are now creating and prioritizing public-facing sustainability goals.
PPE may be the first line of defense, but accidental exposures can still happen.
Determining when to reassess employee exposures is a challenge that many with industrial hygiene responsibilities face.
Solely using hygiene measurements to address hazards is not a safe strategy.