H.R. 2067 and S. 1580, the Protecting America’s Workers Act (or PAWA) will have several significant consequences if passed.
Insurance Giant Swiss Re has released a report showing that the US oil refinery industry is the most deadly, and most costly in the world.
The Wyoming Senate voted down legislation to increase penalties for employers who violate health and safety regulations.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission announced on Friday, April 2nd, that they have determined their interim remediation guidance for Chinese drywall: Remove and Replace.
U.S. Department of Labor and U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) officials extended an invitation to low-income workers by launching the “We Can Help” workshop Thursday.
Musculoskeletal disorders in sonography are quite common because of equipment involved.
A workplace safety agency in California appears to be leaving workers unprotected because of questionable rulings by the agency’s appeals board.
One of the key emails in Becky McClain’s whistleblower case is ambiguous at worst and, at best, seems to show Pfizer executives working methodically (albeit slowly) to improve safety at the company.
In what is being hailed as a major victory for workers in the biotech and nanotech fields, a former scientist with pharmaceutical firm Pfizer has been awarded $1.37 million for being fired after raising the alarm over researchers being infected with a genetically engineered “AIDS-like” virus.
Thousands of workers who spent their careers building and maintaining nuclear weapons and reactors in the name of defeating communism now suffer from dozens of diseases linked to the radiation and toxins they faced on a daily basis.
A 9-year-old boy was struck and killed by a Walt Disney World bus while riding his bike with a friend on the theme-park’s property Thursday, authorities said.