Jan 01, 2018
Historically, a manual disconnect device has been used to remove the hazards related to motive energy sources. Now, there’s a new Safety Lockout System to safely disconnect power to your machines.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District Columbia on Dec. 22 rejected challenges to OSHA's 2016 silica rule made by industry groups, including the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
Six workers died in 2011 after a grain dust explosion in Atchinson, Kan. Grain dust is nine times as explosive as coal dust, according to OSHA.
Preparing for plant shutdown maintenance projects ahead of time and evaluating non-routine safety hazards prior to starting work will help prevent injuries and keep projects on track.
U.S. District Court orders Champagne Demolition LLC to pay restitution after worker is fired for reporting unsafe work conditions.
Dec 01, 2017
Test what you know about dangerous dusts by taking this quiz.
A microscopic fungus present in the soils of California’s Central Valley causes the illness.
Five workers were killed in a May 31 explosion caused by what an OSHA regional administrator claimed were "hazards that are well-known in this industry."
OSHA has cited two contractors after an employee was severely burned in a confined space incident.
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