In a separate case, a manufacturer is fined $183,748 for exposing employees to respiratory, chemical and other hazards.
“Employers must comply with the law.”
Ohio business accused of willfully exposing employees to dangerous hazards.
Company accused of repeatedly putting workers at risk by obstructing exit routes, OSHA says.
Pair accused of devising a plan to provide false statements to the OSHA investigator.
Inspectors determined that the fatality occurred when the elevator platform fell into the elevator pit where the mechanic was working.
Man was hospitalized after a machine crushed his arm.
Employee fell through a skylight while working as part of a three-person crew to remove insulating blankets and covers from a roof.
Wood pallet manufacturer cited for two repeated and four serious violations.
Lawsuit accuses pair of violating Ohio consumer protection laws.
12 employees’ audiograms indicated mild to moderate hearing loss at manufacturing plant.
Report: company exposed employees to fall, machine guarding, and electrical hazards; failed to train forklift operators; and did not have proper emergency exit signage.
OSHA’s message is simple: Water. Rest. Shade.
Statistics show workplace deaths in 2016 topped 5,000 for the first time since 2008.
Two employees suffered severe injuries when they came in contact with moving machine parts.