Articles Tagged with ''labor''

Whistleblower advisory committee meets for first time

February 7, 2013

OSHA's new Whistleblower Protection Advisory Committee held its first meeting last week in Washington, D.C. Representatives from both management and labor highlighted improvements made to the program over the past 18 months.


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Acting Secretary of Labor named

January 29, 2013

Seth D. Harris, the Department of Labor's deputy secretary since May 2009, has been named acting secretary of labor. Before joining the department, Harris was a professor of law at New York Law School and director of its Labor & Employment Law Programs.


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After Solis: What happens to I2P2?

January 10, 2013

In the spring of 2010, Labor Secretary Hilda Solis, who announced her resignation January 9th, 2013, put her name on the Department of Labor’s Regulatory Agenda Narrative, where she endorsed a strategy of “Plan/Prevent/Protect.”


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One and done: DOL Secretary Solis departs after one term

January 10, 2013

It’s official: Labor Secretary Hilda Solis has announced in a letter to colleagues dated January 9th that she is leaving her cabinet seat to “begin a new future” back in her home state of California. She submitted her resignation to President Obama on the 9th.


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Global hiring predictions for 2013 depend upon country

U.S. steady, Germany resilient, China uncertain
December 17, 2012

While U.S. companies contend with a shortage of EHS professionals and skilled laborers, a global look at current and expected hiring reveals a complex picture. According to ManpowerGroup's first-quarter 2013 Manpower Employment Outlook Survey, the majority of employers in the global labor market are less confident about adding staff than they were at the start of 2012, suggesting a more difficult time ahead for job seekers in some countries.


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I2P2 déjà vu all over again (maybe)

November 9, 2012

Most of the sources with longstanding OSHA connections that ISHN has contacted post-election contend that we are in for a revival of the Injury and Illness Prevention Program (i2P2). OSHA officials backed off discussing in public to any detailed degree the controversial rule during the 2012 presidential election race.


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OSHA’s Dr. Michaels: Will he stay or will he go?

November 8, 2012

We could see history being made here. Many DC sources tell us the same thing: Dr. Michaels “loves” his job, according to one source, and has made it known in DC he wants to stay on. It would be the first time in OSHA’s 40+ year history that an OSHA chief has stayed in place for a president’s second term.


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Southern California warehouse operator faces new charges of workplace retaliation

October 18, 2012

Posted with permission from FairWarning.org: Months after settling complaints of unfair labor practices, a big warehouse operator in Southern California is facing new charges accusing it of illegally firing or reducing the hours of workers who took part in a strike and protest march.


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Teenage worker trampled while herding cattle

September 14, 2012

A Nebraska auction ran afoul of the child labor laws when one of its teen employees was trampled by a 600 pound calf while herding cattle.


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Feds going after New England mining companies for unpaid fines

Interest, surcharges also being sought
July 20, 2012

On behalf of its Mine Safety and Health Administration, the U.S. Department of Labor has filed complaints in U.S. district courts against mining companies in Connecticut, Massachusetts and New Hampshire to collect $267,724 in unpaid civil penalties resulting from federal mine safety violations.


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