OSHA finds machine safety hazards, lead overexposure at Ohio steel plant
Televangelist used church members to save money for his for-profit restaurant; those “volunteers” felt pressured to provide free labor.
Company, which also was cited for similar violations in 2013 and 2014, faces $235,000 in proposed penalties.
Amid alarming rise in excavation-related deaths, agency calls industry to action.
Proposed penalties total $307,824.
Vehicle parts manufacturer accused of failing to protect its workers from machine hazards.
Nationwide, Dollar General stores have been hit with 100 safety and health violations and $1 million in proposed fines.
Company fails to report injury; OSHA proposes penalties of $256,000.
Company cited for 5th time since 2013
Firefighters dig out each worker; two air-lifted to hospital.
Company faces near record penalty for auto parts industry affiliate for allegedly willfully exposed temporary workers to machine hazards.
OSHA issues 15 violations, proposes fines of $143,000.
Fire injures 4 workers at Ohio facility.
Business faces $194,000 in fines for failing to correct deficiencies.
Company cited for chemical, grain-handling hazards