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1 min ago | LiveScience
Formula 1 racing is so loud that fans would have to wear both earplugs and earmuffs in order to enjoy the spectacle at safe noise levels, new research suggests.
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4 hrs ago | Sun Journal
A pact signed by Fleet Readiness Center East and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration officials this week is a commitment to safety and a $24 million investment here over the next two years.
4 hrs ago | NBC Philadelphia
The U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration today confirmed the agency's investigation of the Center City building collapse that left six people dead and injured 13 others has concluded, with no additional fines being levied against any of the other entities involved in the collapse, including the Salvation Army.
7 hrs ago | Daily Kos
SEIU 121RN and SEIU Nurse Alliance of California are a year into a campaign to get a comprehensive workplace violence prevention standard for healthcare workers adopted by Cal/OSHA.
9 hrs ago | Sherwoodgazette.com
The notices have been going out to parents from school principals throughout the district with regularity but little fanfare over the past weeks.
10 hrs ago | Outpatient Surgery Magazine
In recent years, the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration and its state counterparts have been stepping up inspections for compliance with sharps safety and other issues at surgical facilities nationwide.
12 hrs ago | Philly.com
A Philadelphia construction worker is in critical condition after touching unprotected electric lines at what city officials said was an illegal construction site in the fast-changing neighborhood west of Temple University.
13 hrs ago | WKXW-FM Trenton
Federal officials have cited a New Jersey fireworks company for 12 safety violations that could result in $48,300 in fines.
An official with the Nanuet-based construction firm involved in Monday's fatal construction accident in Orange County said he and his staff are in shock over what happened.
A Long Island, NY, painting and stucco contractor has added 15 new federal health and safety citations and more than $460,000 in fines to the 50-plus citations and $400,000-plus in fines it has racked up since 2007.
Representatives from the advocacy group Chicago Workers' Collaborative are taking OSHA to task for historically failing to protect temporary low-wage workers.
Formula One racing has applied science to just about every aspect of driving. From the precision required to control a car moving at 350 kilometers per hour to the efficiency of performing a pit stop in less than 3 seconds, they've measured and optimized everything.
HOMEWOOD, Ill. - Illinois Central Railroad Co. has been cited by the U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration for one willful and six serious safety violations that carry proposed penalties of $110,500.
The Texas A&M stadium fall that occurred Tuesday resulted in the tragic death of a construction worker after he fell 4-stories.
Illinois Central Railroad Co. has been cited by the U.S. Department of Labor for a number of safety violations and faces more than $110,000 in fines.
Some of the best ideas come while lying down, but John Spicer didn't imagine it that way when he was stringing Christmas lights.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration cited Aldridge Electric, a Libertyville electric contractor, for not following federal workplace safety laws after a 36-year-old employee died of heat stroke while working on the Dan Ryan branch of the CTA's Red Line project this past summer, according to the Chicago Tribune.