Recent news headlines underscore the serious concern of workplace violence today. Establishing a positive workplace environment and knowing what warning clues to look for goes a long way in workplace violence prevention.
Disneyland hotel workers began a water-only fast Tuesday to protest what they describe as life-threatening safety issues on the job.
Investigators still have not found the source of a radioactive leak that has contaminated groundwater around the Vermont Yankee nuclear plant, nor have they been able to determine the extent of the contamination.
Connecticut’s governor is calling for a review of state safety codes following a deadly explosion at a power plant in Middletown.
A worker put out a frantic last-minute radio call to evacuate the Kleen Energy Systems plant just before a massive explosion tore through the facility on February 7, killing 5 workers and injuring 27 others.
A day after one of his workers died, a contractor said he has no idea what caused a roof under construction at a Sampson County, N.C., church to collapse.
A probe by the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) prompted Nuclear Fuel Services to shut down nuclear processing work indefinitely until the NRC finishes its investigation.
A worker at a Wilson, N.C., packaging plant died Thursday afternoon after falling into a machine, authorities said.
The devastating effect a work-related accident can have on a person’s life was hit home last week in a special conference.