Hotels must adhere to OSHA’s General Industry regulations
March 10, 2016

OSHA found 14 other-than-serious and 12 serious safety violations during an investigation of a Washington D.C. hotel.

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Company officials face manslaughter charges and OSHA violations for worker death
October 16, 2015

Two contracting companies face the maximum allowance of OSHA penalties for their roles in a worker’s death. 

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Prestige Industries faces more OSHA violations and fines for willful, serious and repeated workplace hazards
October 6, 2015

Another Prestige Industries’ facility faces OSHA fines and violations for exposing workers to similar hazards that resulted in the death of a worker in 2011. 

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Can OSHA cite other federal agencies for safety violations?
September 23, 2015

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers recently was issued 21 serious and 2 repeated safety violations for exposing its workers to various workplace hazards. 

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Three companies cited by OSHA for exposing their workers to workplace hazards
September 22, 2015

Three companies were just issued safety violations for exposing their workers to workplace hazards. 

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New Jersey hospital faces OSHA fines and one citation
September 10, 2015

Eight workers at Bergen Regional Medical Center were threatened or assaulted during the course of three months. 

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What are the consequences of hiding workplace hazards?
September 10, 2015

A Nebraska flooring manufacturer attempted to hide an entire production line from OSHA investigators and now faces over $240,000 in proposed penalties. 

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Why was Forever 21 fined for safety violations?
May 18, 2015

A Forever 21 store at Westfarms Mall in Farmington, Connecticut, had failed to clear its emergency exits adequately, increasing safety risks for employees in the event of an evacuation.

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United Airlines cited for lack of safety management
July 23, 2014

A major name in air travel has been cited by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) for exposing their ground crew at the Newark, New Jersey, airport to a number of safety hazards. 

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Why was Pep Boys, Inc. issued workplace safety violations?
July 1, 2014

Two work sites belonging to the popular car mechanic chain, Pep Boys, have been cited for workplace safety and health violations by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) following a worker complaint.

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