• Modified FDA Policy Means Some Flavored eCigarettes Won't Be Sold

    FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb said FDA intends to review comments on the draft compliance policy and finalize it as fast as possible. He said FDA expects the policy changes to mean some flavored e-cigarette products and flavored cigars will no longer be sold at all. Other flavored e-cigarette products that continue to be sold will be sold only in a manner that prevents youth access.

  • Fourth Annual UAS Symposium Set for June 3-5

    The event's plenary and breakout sessions will bring together representatives from the FAA, other government agencies, industry, and academia to discuss the latest issues related to the uses of unmanned aircraft and their integration into the National Airspace System.

News & Articles

  • Ammunition Manufacturer Fined in Fatality Case

    One citation alleges that AMTEC Less Lethal Systems Inc. willfully violated 29 CFR 1910.119, the OSHA Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals standard, by not developing and/or implementing management of change procedures when the company increased the maximum explosive limits of pyrotechnic flash powder in or near the blast booths from 200 grams to 500 grams.

  • FDA Warns Florida Company About Distributing Unapproved Drugs

    FDA's letter alleges Nutra Pharma Corp. of Coral Springs, Fla., illegally markets unapproved products labeled as homeopathic with claims about their ability to treat addiction and chronic pain, including pain associated with cancer, diabetes, shingles, and other serious conditions.

  • Dallas Company Enjoined from Compounding Drugs

    The FDA is committed to helping ensure that compounded drugs are made under appropriate production standards. When we find compounders that violate the law by not adhering to requirements and put patients at risk, we're going to hold them accountable under the law," FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb said.

  • Two Contractors Cited in Florida Double Fatality Case

    The OSHA citations against PCL Construction Services, Inc. and Universal Engineering Sciences, Inc. say their use of the bolts and brackets and not the approved shoring towers created a collapse hazard on the seventh floor of a hotel under construction in Orlando last year.

  • OSHRC Affirms Citation in Workplace Violence Case

    The case involves a serious violation of the General Duty Clause for which Integra Health Management, an Owings Mills, Md.-based social service employer, was cited.

  • Ninth Former Armstrong Coal Official Charged in Kentucky Case

    A federal grand jury also charged the nine Armstrong Coal officials with making false statements as to results of tests required to be conducted every 60 days to protect certain "designated occupations," which are the dustiest and most dangerous job assignments in a coal mine.


  • Six Answers About EPA’s RCRA Generator Improvements Rule

    EPA’s historic update to the RCRA hazardous waste regulations takes effect on May 30, 2017. The new rules will have a major impact on how your facility manages hazardous waste. Download this free report to explore the biggest changes and identify the steps your facility should take now to prepare.


  • You're Going Nowhere Fast

    Operation Dry Water is a year-round campaign to help boaters understand the dangers and risks of boating while under the influence. The mission of ODW is to reduce the number of alcohol-related accidents and fatalities through increased recreational boater awareness and by fostering a stronger and more visible deterrent to alcohol use on the water.

  • Labor Department Centennial Video

    You would be amazed to learn what you never knew you never knew about the history of the U.S. Department of Labor. Spend just six minutes with this fantastic 2014 video, produced in conjunction with our centennial, to discover how the department was created, meet all the labor secretaries, get a glimpse of our legislative history, and appreciate the many and important things we do for workers across the nation.

  • School Bus Safety

    Lt. Ray Robinson and Trooper John McFarland of the Tennessee Highway Patrol discuss school bus safety inspections and also the critical incident response team’s response to serious school bus accidents in this new video from the highway patrol.