An inspection blitz triggered by the Upper Big Branch Mine disaster in April has turned up 2,660 violations at 111 U.S. coal and metal mines, the federal Mine Safety and Health Administration announced.
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Mine Safety and Health Administration today announced that on September 23 the Federal Register is expected to publish an emergency temporary standard that revises the existing federal standard on maintenance of incombustible content of rock dust.
Richland County Representative Leon Howard has been urging customers to stop shopping at the Dollar General store on Oak Street in Columbia, S.C., until conditions improved.
From the health screenings she conducts, Stamford chiropractor Dr. Beverley Marr knows there are few people who consider their posture peerless. Many can probably pin the blame on too much screen time, combined with a poorly designed work space.
Maureen arrived at the weekly game a bit damaged, both wrists strapped into something that resembled a medieval torture contraption. But she’d refused to hear a single word about trying an ergonomically correct keyboard and office equipment for her job.
A commercial diver has filed a Jones Act lawsuit after allegedly injuring his back while trying to move underwater jacks.
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration levied $54,500 in fines against an Evanston-based plastic maker, saying it violated 16 “serious safety violations” by exposing employees to unguarded machinery and “electric shock hazards.”
In recent weeks, leadership at The Acadia Hospital has come under fire, following confirmation of an ongoing investigation into working conditions at the psychiatric facility by the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration.