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.
Real estate agents face significant risks such as injuries from slips, machinery or falling objects when touring construction and renovation sites, necessitating adherence to safety tips to navigate these hazards effectively.
To meet the demands of millions relying on prescription medications, the pharmaceutical industry must prioritize enhancing chemical safety and hazard communication standards to protect its workers effectively.
By integrating AI tools, companies can preemptively identify risks, enforce safety regulations and fortify the overall security of their workforce.
While there are many physical hazards present in offshore environments, such as noise pollution, vibration, radiation and thermal extremes, oil and gas companies must stay committed to promoting employee safety with regular maintenance checks, ongoing training programs and a continued focus on employee health.
G & R Mineral Services Inc. and HM Southeast Cement LLC face more than $82,000 in proposed penalties.
The event—taking place on Feb. 22-23 in Atlanta—is among the Southeast’s largest student career events.
United Custom Homes LLC faces $264,143 in proposed penalties, in addition to $238,572 in unpaid OSHA penalties.
Since 2016, Adrian Construction Group LLC has been cited five times for similar violations.
Green Bay, Wisconsin-based Tufco LP faces $194,518 in proposed penalties.