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Assistant Secretary Michaels unveils OSHA’s new interactive training web tool on identifying workplace hazards.
OSHA urges increased safety awareness in fireworks industry in advance of July 4 celebrations.
U.S. Labor Department launches its annual summer campaign to prevent heat-related illnesses and fatalities.
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More than one million workers expected to “Stand-Down” for OSHA fall safety initiative.
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Company knowingly exposed workers to asbestos and lead at NY work site during renovation of former Harlem Valley Psychiatric Center.
The stand-down is part of OSHA’s ongoing Fall Prevention Campaign, which was started in 2012 and was developed in partnership with NIOSH.
OSHA is concerned about the alarming increase in preventable injuries and fatalities at communication tower worksites. In 2013, 13 fatalities occurred in this industry, more than in the previous two years combined. This disturbing trend appears to be continuing, with four worker deaths occurring in the first five weeks of 2014.
The agency has issued a 2014 inspection plan to reduce injuries and illnesses at high-hazard workplaces.