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OSHA cites Imperial Sugar's Gramercy, La. plant (3/25)

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Alleged violations include the use of filter-cartridge dust collectors that were not equipped with explosion protection systems.
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OSHA fines two companies $1M following deadly tunnel fire (3/25)

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Five workers died in a fire that occurred last October at a Colorado hydroelectric plant after vapors from a flammable solvent ignited inside a tunnel.
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NYC crane collapse investigation yields arrest (3/24)

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City inspector allegedly lied about checking on the crane in the weeks before it collapsed and decimated a Manhattan block.
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Photographs show bent plates on Minneapolis bridge (3/24)

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Old photos reveal two steel connecting plates were visibly bent as early as 2003 — four years before the bridge collapsed into the Mississippi River.
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FAA to check all airlines to ensure safety reg compliance (3/21)

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Safety checks will be performed at the headquarters of each air carrier, and are not expected to affect flight schedules.
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MSHA fines Murray Energy $420k for "flagrant" safety violations (3/21)

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Subsidiary company Andalex Resources Inc. cited for repeatedly violating the same safety standard — one designed to prevent mine fires and explosions.
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New video from CSB explores BP Texas City disaster, provides safety tips (3/21)

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Three years after deadly incident, the U.S. Chemical Safety Board has released a safety video that describes the causes of the accident and key safety lessons.
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OSHA confirms effective date of final rule to update standards (3/20)

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This direct final rule, published December 14, 2007, became effective March 13, 2008.
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New EPA standards to cut locomotive and marine diesel pollution (3/20)

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When fully implemented, the Clean Diesel Locomotive and Marine standards will significantly reduce soot or particulate matter and nitrogen oxides emissions.
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UPS pays $254K to whistleblower following OSHA investigation (3/20)

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In a settlement following an OSHA investigation, United Parcel Service has paid a mechanic whom the company terminated after complaining about unsafe conditions in trucks.
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