- OSHA cites cleaning service after fatal fall
- “This young man's tragic death illustrates the importance of training workers in the proper use of fall protection systems,” said Robert Bonack, area director for OSHA's Appleton office. “Window washing is an inherently dangerous job.
- OSHA targets emergency responders
- At OSHA's request, a subcommittee of the National Advisory Committee for Occupational Safety and Health drafted the proposed standard. It would require emergency service organizations to write and implement a comprehensive risk management plan ...
- Insider Info: Greetings from the ABA OSHA Midwinter Meetings
- (The American Bar Association OSHA Midwinter Meetings are closely watched because the administration uses these meetings to educate and explain its process and programs. Howard Mavity of Fisher & Phillips has written several blog posts about these ...
- Business Owners Who Fail to Take Workplace Safety Seriously Could Face Stiff
- Falling under the purview of the U.S. Department of Labor, the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (“OSHA”) is responsible for ensuring that employers provide a safe work environment for employees.
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