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The FAA and OSHA have issued a final policy for improving workplace safety for aircraft cabin crewmembers. While the FAA's aviation safety regulations take precedence, OSHA will be able to enforce certain occupational safety and health standards currently not covered by FAA oversight.
A train conductor who was fired for reporting his injury at the end of his shift – instead of at the moment it occurred – will be reinstated and will receive back wages damages, under an OSHA order to his employer. Another employee who was suspended for a similar reason will receive damages as well.
The American Trucking Association (ATA) lost its bid to have U.S. Transportation Department hours-of-service (HOS) regulations overturned by the Court of Appeals in Washington earlier this month. A three-judge panel most of the arguments made by the ATA as “highly technical points best left to the agency.”
As it has since 2002, the Illinois State Fair this year hosted a somber reminder of a transportation hazard: a wall memorializing the names of those killed in highway work zones.
A bus company that stranded 50 passengers along a N.C. freeway and kept them waiting 10 hours for a replacement coach has been shut down by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA).
The National Transportation Safety Board’s (NTSB) ongoing investigation into the July 22nd Southwest Airlines accident at New York’s LaGuardia Airport has not yet identified a definite cause of the incident, but it has yielded considerable information about the crew, conditions and flight.
A UPS pilot and co-pilot were killed early this morning when their cargo plane crashed and exploded near an airport in Birmingham, Alabama. News sources say Flight 1354 United Parcel Service Airbus A300 crashed at approximately 6 a.m., erupting in two fiery explosions and forcing the evacuation of residents living within a half-mile radius.
An Aviation Rulemaking Committee (ARC), convened by the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), has recommended a broad range of policy and regulatory changes that it believes could significantly improve the safety of general aviation aircraft while simultaneously reducing certification and modification costs for those aircraft.
Are you in the transportation industry and not satisfied with your company’s safety culture? The National Transportation Safety Board will hold a forum to address that very topic on September 10 and 11 in Washington D.C.
A school bus driver’s failure to observe a truck as it was approaching the intersection caused a 2012 collision in New Jersey that killed one student and injured fifteen more students and the driver, according to the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB).
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