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OSHA has ordered Anchorage-based North Star Behavioral Health System to reinstate an employee who was fired after reporting safety concerns about compliance with the Safe Drinking Water Act at the company's residential youth facility outside of Anchorage.
OSHA has released additional details about its revised Hazard Communication Standard -- announced this week -- which will bring the U.S. in alignment with the United Nations' Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals.
The D.C. Circuit upheld OSHA's multi-employer citation policy, in a decision yesterday against Summit Contractors Inc.
OSHA has released three new guidance products to educate workers and employers about the hazards workers face in trenching operations.
The deaths of two workers in a flash fire at a Texas boat repair facility earlier this year led to an OSHA investigation that resulted in 40 violations against Texas Barge & Boat, Inc.
An OSHA inspection begun after a worker was found dead inside a rotating drum assembly at Refuse Recycling in Marietta, Ohio, has resulted in 21 safety citations against Marietta Industrial Enterprises, Inc., which operates the facility.