A stressful job is associated with a bigger waistline, according to a new study of employees at a downsized company in upstate New York.
The agency invited comments from stakeholders, and it is getting them.
The sampling of the annual cost incurred as a direct result of accidents clearly provides a business case – if not an ethical mandate – that safety should be job one for every company.
Officially, the oil and gas and construction industries had lined up in support of a measure to increase employer penalties for workplace safety violations.
Co-workers of the late Art Tilson at the big mail distribution center in downtown Minneapolis are appealing to Washington for life-saving cardiac devices.
DOTS’ vomit clean-up policies have been given the go-ahead by a state agency, officials said, but union members still question whether workers are being put at risk for disease.
Union window cleaners who work at most of the high-rise office towers in Minneapolis and St. Paul said they were locked out of their jobs Tuesday morning by Marsden Final Touch and Columbia Building Services in a contract dispute over stronger safety enforcement.
Eleven former employees of a Des Moines laundry service who complained of poor working conditions and bounced checks have obtained nearly $9,200 in back wages, Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement announced this week.
Bayer CropScience has agreed to pay the $143,000 in fines proposed by federal workplace safety regulators for violations related to the August 2008 explosion and fire that killed two workers at the company’s Institute plant.
OSHA has notified officials at the Evansville Regional Airport (Evansville, Ill.) that a recent inspection has found four serious and four repeat safety and health violations in its air traffic control tower.