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US Department of Labor implements ‘Weekend Work’ initiative...

Effort to focus on safety concerns in 18 Colorado, Montana, South Dakota counties

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US Department of Labor cites Florida company for 12 serious...

Ballhawker of Florida Inc. failed to develop, direct safety protocols

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US Department of Labor cites Fort Pierce carpentry contractor...

Union Carpentry LLC failed to ensure workers wore fall protection

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Alarming rise in trench-related fatalities spurs US Department...

22 workers have perished in first half of 2022

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EPA final rule includes TSCA amendments covering hazard...

Washington — The Environmental Protection Agency has issued a final rule intended to ensure workers “have access to clear and consistent...

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MSHA offering $1M in safety grants

Arlington, VA — The Mine Safety and Health Administration is accepting applications until Aug. 23 for its Brookwood-Sago Mine Safety...

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New workers account for 35% of injuries, analysis of comp...

Hartford, CT — More than a third of work-related injuries occur during people’s first year on the job, according to a report from...

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Survey asks electrical workers about safety culture, responsibility...

Everett, WA — Although 97.5% of electrical workers recently surveyed agree that a strong workplace safety culture is vital to protecting...

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Steep rise in trenching deaths spurs enhanced enforcement,...

Washington — An “alarming rise” in trench-related worker deaths has prompted OSHA to launch “enhanced enforcement initiatives” and...

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NHTSA issues final rule on ‘underride’ guards for large...

Washington — The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has issued a final rule aimed at strengthening protections for drivers...

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North Carolina DOL library offers new safety videos

Raleigh, NC — Three new workplace safety videos are available at the Charles H. Livengood Jr. Memorial Library in Raleigh, the North...

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Rate of fatal injuries in construction up more than 10%...

Silver Spring, MD — The rate of fatal injuries in construction rose 11.1% over a recent 10-year period, with the rate among Hispanic...

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