These incidents injure thousands of workers every year.
The company has a history of unpaid fines and unresponded citations, OSHA says.
Attendees of AIHA’s AIHce EXP 2022 listened in while OSHA’s Deputy Assistant Secretary summarized the agency’s priorities.
Looks like AIHA is taking their conference and exposition to Phoenix next year!
The summers are not getting any cooler. Listen in as Sydny Shepard discusses predicted high temperatures and what you can do—now—to ensure workers are safe in the summer.
A worker was fatally crushed when he became trapped by a component of a machine.
The grants will go to training and retraining mines and miners.
The report shows a jump in injuries from 2020 to 2021.
When considering what to include in a drug-free workplace policy, there are a few components.
Even if you've never seen an arc flash, you still need to protect against thermal hazards. Listen in as Scott Francis of Westex: A Milliken Brand discusses the best PPE programs for your AR/FR needs.
An Alabama worker was struck by a forklift and fatally injured last November.
The citations relate to an incident in a confined space that took the life of a worker.
Workers need to take extra steps to mitigate hazards when cleaning up after a storm.
AIHA brings safety and industrial hygiene professionals to Nashville for a jam packed conference full of opportunity.
All companies know that their employees are the foundation of their success. Hard-working, innovative, motivated, organized, happy and healthy employees are essential to a company thriving, growing and surpassing the competition.
Walking into the keynote session at AIHce EXP 2022 was like walking into a family reunion. As attendees flowed into the Karl F. Dean Ballroom at Music City Center in Nashville, Tenn. conversations flowed easily between professionals.
2021 was the deadliest year for drug overdoses in America. Listen in as Editor Sydny Shepard describes signs of substance use and effective drug-free workplace policies.
The counts relate to an incident in 2017 that killed five workers and injured 15 others.
With traffic fatalities at a 16-year high, taking precautions this three-day weekend is essential.
The company was also cited for three willful citations.
OSHA proposed $341,866 in penalties for the two repeat, 16 serious and five other than serious violations.
The rules follow temporary emergency requirements from last year.
MSD impacts thousands of workers every year.
The need to keep workers safe continues.
The WTC Health Program is considering adding uterine cancer to the WTC-Related Conditions list.
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.
OSHA previously cited the contractor for similar violations.
The person responsible for fire safety must recognize their role in mitigating fire risks.
The collapse was caused by a portion of the bridge that was overstressed.