By official proclamation, the City of Salem, Oregon has declared May 4 “Occupational Safety and Health Professional Day” in recognition of occupational safety and health professionals and “the work they do to keep people safe at work.
A wind farm worker in Illinois suffered severe burns after a fellow worker inadvertently energized a transformer – an incident which sparked an OSHA investigation resulting in multiple violations against Outland Renewable Services.
Innovative research and programs that get kids moving will reduce the devastating toll of heart disease and stroke in communities across the country, according to American Heart Association patient advocates, who delivered that message to Congress during last week’s You’re the Cure on the Hill Day.
OSHA, the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) and the Canadian Society of Safety Engineering (CSSE) are readying for the May 2nd start of the North American Occupational Safety and Health Week, an annual event highlighting workplace safety.
A chemical blending facility in Columbus, Ohio has been cited by OSHA for safety violations that include failing to protect workers from electrical hazards to not having an effective lockout/tagout program.