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OSHA is concerned about the alarming increase in preventable injuries and fatalities at communication tower worksites. In 2013, 13 fatalities occurred in this industry, more than in the previous two years combined. This disturbing trend appears to be continuing, with the four worker deaths occurring in the first five weeks of 2014.
The agency has issued a 2014 inspection plan to reduce injuries and illnesses at high-hazard workplaces.
Many facility managers are turning to solutions with a low environmental impact to achieve HazCom Standard compliance including the electronic management of MSDSs.
OSHA extends comment period on proposed rule to improve tracking of workplace injuries and illnesses.
Trends in roofing continue to focus on safety and longevity.
Crowd management measures are critical during major sales events; U.S. Labor Department’s OSHA sends reminder to retail associations.
This online training course helps companies train their employees to meet OSHA’s December 1 training requirement deadline regarding the Globally Harmonized System standard.
What lies ahead for OSHA? It’s difficult to predict what the next few hours/days/weeks will hold for the agency.
Last year, 4,383 workers died from work-related injuries, down from a final count of 4,693 fatal work injuries in 2011.
Agreement resolves OSHA citations at Rochester, NY, store following 2011 inspections.