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1 hr ago | PaintSquare
An Illinois railroad faces $110,500 in proposed penalties after allegedly exposing workers to lead-paint hazards during bridge demolition work in Chicago.
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3 hrs ago | Tri-cityherald.com
Fertilizer retailers in the United States should expect more scrutiny from the federal government in the wake of the April explosion that killed 15 people and injured hundreds in West, Texas, an expert said Tuesday.
7 hrs ago | Daily Kos
A Philadelphia-area business owner is refusing to allow the Occupational Safety and Health Administration to inspect his plant without a warrant.
7 hrs ago | Snack Food/Wholesale Bakery
During and since the two-week government shutdown, there has been a lot of analysis from across the political spectrum.
8 hrs ago | Utility Products
Safety products: Graphic Products, a provider of workplace labeling and signage , has released OSHA's top 10 safety violations for 2013, along with visual communications ideas for bolstering safety for 2014.
9 hrs ago | WTLV
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- A local roofing company is facing more than $48,000 in proposed fines from the U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
12 hrs ago | Airport Business
GE Aviation in Terre Haute has earned the Voluntary Protection Program Merit Certification for implementing safety systems that identify, evaluate, prevent and control occupational hazards to prevent employee injuries and illnesses.
17 hrs ago | National Public Radio
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is pushing to post employers' workplace injury records online for easy public examination.
18 hrs ago | Reno Gazette-Journal
An oil refinery in Churchill County where an explosion critically injured a worker on Monday has long been a source of resident complaints and briefly closed down in 2007 following a government inspection.
From spray finishing to chemical safety, the federal government is seeking input on four potential rule changes that could affect the coating and blasting industry.
FALLON, Nev. According to OSHA, starting in November 2011 through December 2012, Bango Oil Recycling Plant was cited by OSHA 12 times.
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.
The year is coming to a close and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration has released the top 10 safety violations for 2013.
The federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration has proposed $131,600 in new fines against Victor-based Wordingham Machine Co.
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