OSHA is issuing maximum fines to a structural steel company after a 22-year-old ironworker fell to his death just weeks…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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As it does every year, OSHA has released the preliminary top 10 most frequently cited workplace safety violations for the current fiscal year.
OSHA says employees at Birds Eye Foods’ facility in Darien, WI, were “left in the cold.” Now the company faces $109,400 in fines.
With two years to go in the current administration, OSHA plans to create some new regulations and update some old ones.