Following up on a report of an employee’s finger amputation, OSHA found enough violations to fine Tyson Foods Inc. $263,498. Click to continue
OSHA has proposed several new rules that will cast a wide net over all types of companies. Some, like Injury and Illness Prevention Programs, will have a significant effect on business’ safety plans. And while OSHA is working on new regulations, it continues strict enforcement of existing rules.
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