- South NJ nursing home cited for OSHA violations Updated: Nov-26-13 3:10 pm
- Injured gas worker planned to marry next summer Updated: Nov-26-13 10:37 am
- OSHA cites Missoula shop after employee death Updated: Nov-21-13 7:49 pm
- OSHA cites Welspun Tubular LLC in Little Rock Updated: Nov-19-13 3:07 pm
- Lumber manufacturer cited in worker's death Updated: Nov-13-13 12:27 pm
- Selfridge air base cited for 8 safety violations Updated: Nov-12-13 6:17 pm
- Nashville contractor fined in May crane collapse Updated: Nov-12-13 4:11 pm
- Feds: Citations coming in Butte aerial lift death Updated: Nov-09-13 2:56 pm
- OSHA plans to make workplace safety reports public Updated: Nov-07-13 6:14 pm
TRENTON, New Jersey - Federal officials have cited a southern New Jersey nursing home for several violations that could have affected the health and well-being of its employees.
PINEDALE, Wyoming - One of the workers injured last week in a Jonah Field explosion planned to marry next summer, but is now fighting for his life.
MISSOULA, Montana - The U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited a Missoula auto body shop for 11 safety violations following an explosion that killed a 44-year-old employee.
LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas - The federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited Welspun Tubular LLC in Little Rock for two alleged violations that OSHA says exposes workers to possible amputation hazards.
SUPERIOR, Wisconsin - The federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited a lumber and shingle manufacturer for safety violations that resulted in the death of a worker at its plant in Superior.
HARRISON TOWNSHIP, Michigan - The Occupational Safety and Health Administration cited Selfridge Air National Guard Base for unsafe or unhealthy working conditions.
GALLATIN, Tennessee - The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration has fined a Nashville contractor more than $60,000, citing the company with willful and serious safety violations.
BUTTE, Montana - Federal officials say they are preparing to issue citations in connection with the death of a Montana worker who fell from an aerial lift in Butte last month.
WASHINGTON - Federal safety regulators on Thursday proposed major changes in workplace reporting rules that would require large companies to file injury and illness reports electronically so they can be posted online and made available to the public.