OSHA Roundup for March 16, 2015
The prevalence of logging and construction industry deaths in Oregon is “troubling,” a state official tells Safety+Health.
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Notable proposed fines
$272,250 to a Missouri manufacturer for machine guarding violations in connection with the death of a maintenance worker, killed after being pinned between a scrap metal table and a railing
$109,450 to a West Virginia roofing contractor for fall protection violations stemming from allegations it exposed workers to 25-foot falls from a platform that was inappropriately secured by a forklift
Happening this week
March 16-18 – Indiana Safety and Health Conference and Expo
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