The American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) has released a revised ANSI/ASSE A10.32 Standard covering Personal Fall Protection for Use in Construction and Demolition Operations.Read More
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Non-smokers often don’t like riding in company vehicles with smokers, but one worker had a real problem with a smoking co-worker—he was lighting up in a
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OSHA is encouraging retail outlets to take precautions to protect workers against injury during major sales events such as Black Friday.Read More
A worker who was injured in a 60-foot fall from a scaffolding bridge that slid off its supports has been awarded slightly more than $2 million for his past and future pain and suffering, medical expenses, lost pay and future earnings.Read More
Eighty-two percent of American safety professionals interviewed say they have observed workers in their organizations failing to use required personal protec
tive equipment(PPE) within the past year.
This OSHA roundup includes an incident where a warehouse is facing $164,000 in proposed fines for safety and health hazards; in another case a worker’s death in a conveyor subsequently revealed serious LOTO violations.Read More
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The owner of a Lancaster, PA, trucking company has been sentenced to five years’ probation, including 12 months of home detention, after being convicted of falsifying his drivers’ logbooks.Read More
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has placed a construction company in its Severe Violator Enforcement Program, claiming that the company continued to put its workers at risk even after a worker fell to his death.Read More