OSHA Roundup for July 6, 2015
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Maine’s Department of Labor will explore the workplace ramifications of medical marijuana.
Workers need to be properly trained on safe trench work and excavations, the Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development stresses following a worker’s death caused by a trenching incident.
OSHA’s maritime advisory committee is scheduled to meet in September to discuss training, Spanish-language guidance documents and mechanic safety.
Notable proposed fines
$71,000 to an Illinois manufacturing facility for a guarding violation in connection to a worker’s injury when his arm was caught in a machine’s rotation and he was pulled into the rotating parts
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