"The €150 million financing to be provided will not only enable Ford Otosan to meet demand from domestic and international markets, it will also increase capacity utilization at our production facilities. We continue to invest in many areas, including human resources and working conditions, occupational health and safety, as well as the efficient use of resources and the prevention and control of pollution," said Haydar Yenigün, general manager of Ford Otosan.
"Pilot decisions are informed, for better or worse, by their company's culture. This company allowed competitive pressure to overwhelm the common-sense needs of passenger safety in its operations. That's the climate in which the accident pilot worked," said NTSB Acting Chairman Robert Sumwalt, who was a pilot for 32 years, flying for both Piedmont Airlines and US Airways.
The products from these U.S.-based companies are marketed and sold without FDA approval on social media platforms.
An administrative law judge with the OSHA Review Commission ruled two companies were operating as a single employer at a Whenham, Massachusetts, worksite.
Currently, there are 57 travel-associated cases of Zika in Arizona. There have been no locally acquired cases reported in the state, according to AZDHS.
"Mobile devices in the health care sector remain particularly vulnerable to theft and loss," said Roger Severino, director of the HHS Office for Civil Righst. "Failure to implement mobile device security by Covered Entities and Business Associates puts individuals' sensitive health information at risk."
Fatigue's safety impact at work and the industries most negatively affected by it are included in this annual report for the first time.
McCain Foods USA, Inc. is recalling the products sold under the Roundy’s and Harris Teeter brands.
Many commenters also support expanding the agency's definition of workplace violence.
"AAPA recognized the infrastructure project needs and funding concerns faced by America's ports," said Kurt Nagle, AAPA's president and CEO. "The capabilities to handle the mountains of freight that move through America's seaports each year require costly investments."
The audit shows that, based on L&I's projections, $159.5 million in additional funding is needed over the next four years to maintain operations, avoid additional service center closings, and modernize the computer system.
“Substantial new evidence” lead to the change.
Golden Pass Products LLC, co-owned by Qatar Petroleum and ExxonMobil, is now authorized to export LNG up to the equivalent of 2.21 billion cubic feet per day of natural gas to any non-FTA country not prohibited by U.S. law or policy from a terminal near Sabine Pass, Texas.
The agency will administer $485 million to all 50 states.
Collection has grown far beyond incident data, and a comprehensive approach to connect all fire activity data is needed to ensure that departments work with data that truly accounts for the full picture of their activities.
Included are far tougher new penalties for unsafe products, including jail time and new fines of up to $5 million per day instead of the current $5,000.
The new collaborations are focused on advanced manufacturing, buildings, bioenergy, solar, fuel cells, geothermal, vehicles, water, and wind energy.
"Britain's new railway will carry over 300,000 people a day, improve connections between our great cities, free up space on our existing rail lines, generate jobs, and help us build an economy that works for all. But what will make HS2's reputation from day one will be its trains," Transport Secretary Chris Grayling said.
CDC has published preliminary data for 2016 in its Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report.
Three workshops on proposed airspace improvements will be held this week.
The money has been awarded to the NOVA Workforce Board.
The April 26 event is being presented in Wsahington, D.C., in collaboration with Stopdistractions.org, DRIVE SMART Virginia, and the National Safety Council.
"As we saw with the destructive windstorm that swept across our state in March, utility workers play an important role in power restoration efforts and in our everyday lives," Gov. Rick Snyder said. "I thank these hard-working men and women for working tirelessly to keep our communities powered and our residents safe."
Ryan Hill, MPH, has been appointed as director of the Western States Division.
Private health care accreditors don't make their survey reports and accompanying plans of correction publicly available. "We believe it is important to continue to lead the effort to make information regarding a health care facility’s compliance with health and safety requirements found in survey reports publicly available," CMS says in the proposed rule.
The board's final report also noted regulatory deficiencies were to blame.
Carriers canceled 1.5 percent of scheduled domestic flights in February 2017.
The William Steiger Memorial Award winner is U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, who has led his colleagues in pushing for full funding for OSHA and has supported legislation to expand the number of workers OSHA covers and update its enforcement measures, as well as securing $110 million in federal resources for Cincinnati's NIOSH campus, according to ACGIH.
A 60-year-old forklift operator died Nov. 21, 2016, while transferring building supplies from the company's warehouse to a customer's vehicle.
The agency released a special investigation report calling for changes in training and procedures for pilots.