Honeywell Aerospace is the most recent recipient of the Robert W. Campbell Award, presented annually by the Campbell Institute at the National Safety Council. Learn what sets Honeywell Aerospace apart as a safety leader.
In an exclusive interview with Safety+Health, OSHA Deputy Assistant Secretary Jordan Barab discusses what he says are myths regarding the agency’s enforcement efforts and compliance assistance resources.
Norwich, England – “Transformational” leaders – managers who encourage employees to go above and beyond – may inspire their workers to greater performance, but their high expectations may be harming their employees’ health, according to research from the University of East Anglia.
Charleston, WV – Don Blankenship, the former Massey Energy Co. CEO who was convicted of willfully violating safety standards leading up to the deadly 2010 explosion at the Upper Big Branch mine, has been sentenced to one year in prison for his crimes.
Washington – T.F. Scott Darling III emphasized the importance of diligence and collaboration during a Jan. 20 Senate committee hearing that focused on his nomination to lead the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.
Charleston, WV – A federal jury convicted former Massey Energy Co. CEO Don Blankenship on a misdemeanor charge of conspiring to violate mine safety regulations at the Upper Big Branch mine, where 29 workers died in West Virginia after a methane explosion in April 2010.