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Who’s Liable on a Multi-Employer Worksite?

Citations on a Job Site with Multiple Employers? Staying on top of safety and health hazards on a job site is a daily task for employers. On multi-employer job sites, however, understanding safety responsibilities becomes even more complicated. According...

OSHA Cites Wood Distributor for Chemical Exposure

Georgia Distribution Center Cited by OSHA On June 20, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) cited a Lawrenceville, GA wood distributor  for chemical exposure and "struck-by" hazards.The company faces a repeat offense for failing to...

How to Protect Your Team From Workplace Heat

Rest, Water, Shade Summer is here, which means an increase in workplace heat is likely in non-controlled environments.OSHA issued a release last week reminding employers to protect employees from the dangers of working in hot weather. The administration’s...

The Costs of Overlooking Medical Surveillance

OSHA and Medical Surveillance Time is a valuable resource on a productive worksite.Employers and workers focus on the tasks at hand, and sometimes they overlook required comprehensive medical surveillance.Keeping medical screenings and surveillance on the...

Subcontractor Fined $193,569 for Asbestos Exposure

Missouri Companies Fined In May, OSHA cited two Kansas City companies for exposing workers to asbestos while restoring a Kansas State University library. Following the investigation, OSHA cited one of the companies with 23 serious health violations. The...

Vibration Exposure Leads to Lasting Health Issues

Power Tool Vibration Exposure Creates Health Concerns   When it comes to power tools, dust and noise are the obvious health hazards. But, employers shouldn’t overlook the impact of vibrations as well. Power tools, as well as vehicles and heavy equipment, pass...

Ammonia Leak Leads to $95k Citation for Florida Farm

Worker required medical treatment after ammonia leak On June 3, OSHA cited a Bell Grande, Fl. farm over $95,000.An employee required medical treatment after an anhydrous ammonia leak in the farm's packaging house exposed workers to the toxic chemical.The...

Tire Company Added to Severe Violator Enforcement Program

A Georgia tire manufacturer faces more than $500,000 in fines after OSHA reported repeated health and safety hazards.According to a May 29 news release, employees were exposed to fall risks, burn, amputation, chemical and electroshock hazards.“This...

Fined By OSHA? Here’s What You Need To Do Next.

It happened. You were fined by OSHA. Now, it’s time to learn how you can improve your business in the future and avoid any more fines. In fact, taking steps to improve your business can actually help in lowering your penalty by showing some good...

WV Fabricator Succeeds with OSHA’s On-Site Consultation Program

Steel Fabricator Cuts Workers' Comp Premiums in Half A West Virginia steel fabricator was recognized by OSHA for successfully using the on-site consultation program to reduce injury and illness rates. Somerville Industries, Inc., of Mineral Wells, reduced...