OSHA Announces Top 10 Violations in 2015 at National Safety Council Congress & Expo
The list was announced at the Congress & Expo in Atlanta.
Click For More Info 2015 Robert W. Campbell Award Presented to Honeywell Aerospace
The Phoenix-based strategic business unit of Honeywell International has been honored by the National Safety Council for its dedication to safety.
Click For More Info NIOSH Releases New Guidelines on Worker Exposure to Diacetyl
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health has published new guidance on reducing worker exposure to diacetyl and other chemicals.
Click For More Info Childhood Lead Poisoning from Parental Occupational Take-Home Exposure: a CDC Investigation
In a Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has published the results of a study on lead poisoning in children, focusing on parental take-home exposure.
Click For More Info OSHA Releases New Information on Hazards and Dangers From Contaminated Eyewash Water
The Occupational Safety and Heath Administration has published new guidelines concerning contaminated water in eyewash stations.
Click For More Info EPA Launches Mobile App to Assess Indoor Air Quality in Schools
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has announced the launch of its new mobile app to help track and record indoor air quality in schools.
Click For More Info Specialty Fabric Manufacturer Repeatedly Risks Employee Workplace Injuries
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited Twitchell Technical Products LLC for repeatedly exposing workers to amputations, burns, and falls.
Click For More Info Packaging Plant Purposely Disabled Machine Safety Devices
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited Warren Industries Inc. for disabling safety measures in its Wisconsin packaging plant.
Click For More Info Worker Loses Hand by Power Press at Akron, Ohio Manufacturer
An employee’s right hand was amputated by a mechanical power press at Grimco Inc., prompting the Occupational Safety and Health Administration to cite the manufacturer for nine serious safety violations.
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