On March 1, the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) and its Florida members relaunched efforts seeking occupational safety and health protections for Florida’s public sector workers.
With a tie vote, the Wyoming Senate killed legislation Tuesday to raise fines for safety violations in the workplace.
Borough of Rutherford, N.J., volunteer firefighters will soon have advance warning that a building they are about to enter may collapse more quickly than normal.
While scanning whichever apps you use to track news on your iPhone this past weekend, you may have missed a story about Apple’s latest audit of its global suppliers.
Workers at the Kleen Energy plant in Middletown, Conn., were taking big chances when they used pressurized natural gas to blow out debris from new pipes on the morning of Feb. 7 when it exploded, a federal investigator told lawmakers Tuesday morning.
OSHA has proposed $136,000 in fines against construction contractor William A. Berry & Son Inc. for 19 alleged violations of workplace health and safety standards while removing asbestos-containing material at Beth Israel Hospital in Boston last September.
Since the death of trainer Dawn Brancheau after being dragged underwater by Tillkum, the killer whale, on Wednesday, Feb. 24, there has been a firestorm of controversy about wild animal shows and the ethics of keeping large mammals in captivity.
Pages Creek Marine in New Hanover County has been fined for safety violations in connection to a workplace death in 2009.
Federal and state investigators were probing blackened debris Wednesday at a southeastern New Mexico oil refinery where a storage tank explosion killed two Texas men and critically injured two others.
The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration is investigating an industrial accident in which an aerial lift fell, injuring a worker on a construction site in Lower Merion.