- Maine governor resists workplace safety data plan Updated: Mar-08-14 3:36 pm
- Neb. construction firm fined $14,000 after death Updated: Mar-06-14 3:18 pm
- Indiana workplace safety agency addressing issues Updated: Mar-05-14 8:19 pm
- Workplace safety conference planned in Peoria Updated: Feb-27-14 4:04 am
- Newspaper investigation questions oil field safety Updated: Feb-23-14 1:52 pm
- EPA seeks tougher safety standards for farmworkers Updated: Feb-20-14 4:57 pm
- Whistle-blower fired from Hanford nuclear site Updated: Feb-18-14 6:44 pm
- OSHA cites Oakdale company for health violations Updated: Feb-10-14 3:20 pm
AUGUSTA, Maine - A proposal from the federal government to make more specific workplace safety data available online could violate individuals' privacy and embarrass employers and workers, Maine officials said this week.
HASTINGS, Nebraska - A Hastings-based construction company is facing $14,000 in fines for safety violations regulators found after a worker's death.
INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana's workplace safety agency mishandled complaints, put its inspectors under strict time constraints and did not lend proper help to whistleblowers trying to expose hazardous job conditions, a federal report released Wednesday says.
PEORIA, Illinois - A daylong conference for workplace safety professionals will be held next week in Peoria.
HOUSTON - Injury claims, government data and public records of oil field accidents since the start of the onshore drilling and fracking boom in 2007 show the federal government failed to implement safety standards and procedures, according to a Houston Chronicle investigation.
WASHINGTON - The Environmental Protection Agency on Thursday proposed strengthening 20-year-old standards aimed at protecting farmworkers from toxic pesticides.
SPOKANE, Washington - Whistle-blower Donna Busche, who raised safety concerns at the nation's most polluted nuclear weapons production site, was fired Tuesday from her job at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation.
OAKDALE, Louisiana - A flavoring manufacturer in Oakdale has been cited by the U.S. Labor Department's Occupational Safety and Health Administration after a fire last year severely burned a worker.