BP is a London-based oil company with the worst safety and environmental record of any oil company operating in America.
The British oil company BP produced the largest oil spill ever on Alaska’s North Slope, faced criminal charges for intentionally dumping hazardous waste near Prudhoe Bay and was excoriated by Congress for a string of oil-pipeline leaks on the tundra.
Over the course of the past three weeks, 32 U.S. coal miners have died in three separate mining disasters.
A report released Wednesday by Human Rights Watch details the health and safety risks confronting child farmworkers in the United States. Children as young as 12 make less than minimum wage on farms, and 16- and 17-year-olds are allowed to perform hazard jobs, the report found
Washington state’s Department of Labor & Industries cited BP Plc for safety violations found in inspections at its 225,000 barrel per day (bpd) Cherry Point refinery, in Blaine, Washington, the agency said on Wednesday.
A Mingo County lumber company faces $189,730 in proposed civil penalties for alleged workplace safety violations.
The Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited Midwest Motor Express Inc. for exposing workers to unsafe levels of carbon monoxide and proposals $75,000 in fines.
A federal agency has ordered a New Jersey air carrier to rehire a pilot who claimed he was fired over a whistleblower complaint.
FOX10 News has learned lead-based paint has been discovered at the new Thyssenkrupp plant in Calvert.