OSHA’s message is simple: Water. Rest. Shade.
Statistics show workplace deaths in 2016 topped 5,000 for the first time since 2008.
Two employees suffered severe injuries when they came in contact with moving machine parts.
Employee suffers amputation, leading to citations for lack of safety procedures.
Six companies based or operating in northwest Ohio fined a combined $290,208 for safety violations.
Contractor faces proposed penalties totaling $91,629.
Vinyl floor manufacturer in Northwest Ohio cited by U.S. Department of Labor for safety violations.
OSHA finds machine safety hazards, lead overexposure at Ohio steel plant
Televangelist used church members to save money for his for-profit restaurant; those “volunteers” felt pressured to provide free labor.
Company, which also was cited for similar violations in 2013 and 2014, faces $235,000 in proposed penalties.
Amid alarming rise in excavation-related deaths, agency calls industry to action.
Proposed penalties total $307,824.
Vehicle parts manufacturer accused of failing to protect its workers from machine hazards.
Nationwide, Dollar General stores have been hit with 100 safety and health violations and $1 million in proposed fines.
Company fails to report injury; OSHA proposes penalties of $256,000.