US Labor Department Cites Macon Plumbing Contractor for Safety Violations Overview: Recently, the US Labor Department cited Pyles Plumbing and Utility Contractors Inc. in Macon,… Read More »Macon plumbing contractor faces $308K fines for fatal safety violations.
Summary of Whakaari Eruption Sentencing After over four years since the tragic eruption at Whakaari, sentences have been delivered to those who failed their responsibilities… Read More »Whakaari defendants sentenced with safety factor
US Labor Department cites Selma brick manufacturer for exposing workers to respiratory hazards U.S. Department of Labor safety investigators recently discovered that a Selma brick… Read More »Selma brick manufacturer cited for worker safety violations.
Department of Labor and ROC United Highlight Importance of Indoor Heat Safety in Restaurants February 28, 2023 Event Summary: The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational… Read More »Safety factor considered in DOL session with ROC United on indoor heat impacts.
Understanding Workplace Safety: Lessons from a Recent Incident In a recent incident at Trade Depot in Onehunga, a woman lost her lower leg due to… Read More »Trade Depot’s forklift accident results in amputation, emphasizing safety factor.
US Department of Labor finds Oklahoma aeronautical parts manufacturer exposed workers to numerous serious safety hazards On February 21, 2024, the U.S. Department of Labor’s… Read More »Oklahoma aeronautical parts maker endangers workers with safety hazards.
US Labor Department Cites Aludyne Columbus LLC for Safety Violations Overview: In a recent development, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration… Read More »Global manufacturer cited for safety hazards at Columbus facility.
Massachusetts Contractor Exposes Workers to Fatal Falls, Faces $306K in OSHA Penalties BRAINTREE, MA February 21, 2024 A Framingham roofing contractor, Brothers Construction Services Inc.,… Read More »Massachusetts contractor fined $306K for endangering workers with fatal falls.
US Department of Labor Proposes $2.5 Million in Penalties for Alabama Sawmill Phenix Lumber Co. Faces Consequences for Willful Disregard of Safety On February 22,… Read More »Alabama sawmill faces $2.5M in fines for safety violations and fatality.
New Jersey steel fabrication company fined $348K for workplace safety violations New Jersey steel fabrication company fined $348K after federal safety inspectors find employees exposed… Read More »NJ steel fabricator fined $348K for safety violations, putting workers at risk.
Improving Safety for Speed Camera Operators WorkSafe has accepted a binding commitment from the New Zealand Police to enhance safety measures for speed camera operators… Read More »Police speed camera operators receive safety boost with new measures.