A small business with just 50 employees will have to pay a hefty OSHA fine for repeat violations after a recent re-inspection.
A recent fatality shows once again why employees working near power lines need to plan their tasks with electrical hazards in mind.
Laundry company Cintas Corp. has reached a settlement with OSHA to resolve six safety-related cases, including one that resulted in a worker fatality.
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Recent statistics show OSHA continues to focus its inspections on specific problems, rather than conduct them randomly.
OSHA now has a new, powerful weapon in its arsenal to hit companies hard for PPE and training violations when a new rule takes effect.
Which injuries are causing employees to lose the most time from work?
Dressing properly for workplace safety includes more than wearing the right protective gear. Employees also have to know what they shouldn’t wear, such as loose-fitting clothing.
How OSHA chooses which companies it inspects isn’t a total mystery. One target: Companies with injury rates that are higher than their industry’s average.