Linden Lumber, an Alabama lumber mill, faces fines totaling $43,116 for continually exposing workers to potentially deadly workplace safety hazards that could cause amputations, falls and ot... Read more
The Washington Department of Labor & Industries has fined an Everett, Wash., company $199,000 for 16 safety violations related to the death of a worker last July. Nineteen-year-old Bradl... Read more
You may recall that our firm filed a wrongful death lawsuit arising out of a work-related accident that occurred at a bridge construction site located east of Montgomery. Now R.R. Dawson Bri... Read more
Tyson Foods Inc. has been cited by U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) for four workplace safety violations at the Hutchinson, Kan., prepared food... Read more
Federal labor officials have cited a South Alabama manufacturing plant for 15 safety violations. According to Department of Labor spokesman Michael D’Aquino, Tenax Manufacturing Alabam... Read more
Federal workplace safety regulators have proposed $460,000 in new fines for a southwestern Pennsylvania painting company that was cited two years ago over allegations that its workers are ex... Read more
Serious safety violations at a chemical plant in Arkansas have resulted in a proposed $122,000 in fines for an Indiana company. OSHA has cited West Lafayette, Ind.-based Great Lakes Chemical... Read more
The State of Virginia has cited the city of Norfolk, for 19 serious safety violations stemming from the death of a city worker who was crushed inside a recycling truck. According to a report... Read more
It’s being reported that the oil industry fought efforts by federal regulators, safety advocates, and environmental activists which would enhance the safety of workers and reduce the risk of... Read more
An explosion ripped through a West Virginia coal mine owned by Massey Energy last month, killing 29 miners in the deadliest U.S. mining disaster since 1984. The explosion occurred at the Upp... Read more
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