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OSHA has renewed its Alliance with Altec Industries Inc. to continue working together to protect workers from fall, electrocution, tip-over and other hazards related to operating and maintaining cranes, chippers, digger derricks and insulated and non-insulated aerial devices including tree care devices.
Hi Dave -
Mike Rowe here, Dirty Jobs, etc. I’m writing to thank you for your article in May’s edition of ISHN, and for sharing with your readers a few of my comments on workplace safety. Over the years, I’ve learned that some Safety Professionals do not always welcome criticism, especially from a smart aleck TV Host.
This morning’s AIHce 2012 General Session speaker brought a special perspective to the topic of combustible dust danger.
Correctional facilities are known for dangerous conditions, but a Mississippi correctional facility exposed employees to workplace violence through circumstances that could have been corrected, according to OSHA, which has leveled a half-dozen violations against the GEO Group, Inc. – operator of the Meridian correctional facility in question.
OSHA has cited Zoto's International Inc. with 44 alleged serious violations of workplace safety and health standards at the company's Geneva manufacturing plant.
Although National Fire Prevention Week isn’t until October, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) already has its theme in place: Have Two Ways Out.
Struck-by accidents in the mining industry have increased sharply, according to the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA), which issued a Safety Alert last week in an attempt to reduce that type of accident.
A drawn-out debt collection battle between the U.S. Department of Labor's Mine Safety and Health and Resurrection Coal Co. of West Virginia is finally over, although it took a complaint filed by a U.S. attorney to resolve it.
OSHA has cited Wal-Mart Stores Inc. for alleged repeat and serious violations of workplace safety standards at the company’s Super Center store in Cobleskill, NY.
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