OSHA kicks off Safe + Sound Week on August 12, joining businesses and organizations nationwide to recognize the importance and successes of workplace safety and health programs.
A construction company and its president were found to be in contempt of court after failing to pay $412,000 in OSHA penalties.
A new OSHA webpage shows how businesses can improve safety and health programs by tracking workplace conditions and events to prevent injuries or illnesses before they occur.
OSHA is requesting information from the public on additional engineering and work practice control measures to protect construction workers from silica exposure.
OSHA and the Global Cold Chain Alliance will continue working together to protect workers from hazardous chemicals.
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health recently released a chemical management strategy that can quickly and accurately assign chemicals into categories to protect workers on the job.