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Three employees suffered serious injuries in an explosion in Pasadena, CA, that ripped apart a delivery truck fueled by compressed natural gas.
Once again, a federal court has taken up the question of whether employers have to pay workers for their time spent putting on and taking off safety gear. In this case, the employer has lost the initial round in court.
Now more than ever, it’s important for companies to clearly establish who is responsible for safety at multi-employer worksites.
When companies fail to correct violations found during inspections, they can expect OSHA to hit them with heavy fines after a re-inspection.
As of Jan. 12, 2009, OSHA can issue per-employee citations for personal protective equipment and training violations. Now we have an example of how the agency, under the Obama administration, plans to use its new, powerful weapon.
A federal appeals court says Oklahoma’s law allowing employees to have guns at work in their locked vehicles isn’t pre-empted by the federal Occupational Safety and Health Act.
Some employees may not understand at first why you’d tell them not to rescue a co-worker who has collapsed. But this case provides a good reminder of the potential consequences.