A bill boosting fines and civil penalties for workplace safety violations will be considered by the full House.
How many business owners and employees keep accident prevention as top-of-the-mind awareness? Not the vast majority.
Ashland restaurant owners and employees are building their fire-prevention skills and knowledge with help from trainers from Ashland Fire & Rescue.
Low-wage, low skilled, and immigrant workers face disproportionately high risks for job-related injuries and illnesses compared with other U.S. workers.
The number of non-farm employees injured while on duty declined by a fifth in 2007, latest data from the Bureau of Labor and Employment Statistics (BLES) showed.
The ski industry has fought off a new round of regulations governing its use of explosives to control avalanches.
Lawyers defending New York City against thousands of lawsuits filed by Sept. 11 emergency responders say many of the claims are baseless and have asked a judge to dismiss some of the first cases headed toward trial.
An armored truck guard was shot during a robbery outside a Southeast Houston Kroger Wednesday morning.
A scaffolding collapse resulted in a potential traumatic brain injury and broken bones.
A worker was hurt Wednesday morning after falling several stories from a building in downtown Madison.