Washington — The Environmental Protection Agency has issued separate, final revised risk determinations that state 1-bromopropane and n-methylpyrrolidone – as whole chemical substances – pose “unreasonable risk” to workers under certain conditions.
Washington — The Environmental Protection Agency has issued a final revised risk determination that states perchloroethylene – as a whole chemical substance – poses “unreasonable risk” to workers under certain conditions.
Triangle, VA — United Mine Workers of America President Cecil Roberts is calling on Congress to advance proposed legislation that would ease access to health care and other benefits for coal miners who have black lung disease.
St. Louis — Workers in construction, landscaping, agriculture and other outdoor industries may be at risk of infections caused by soil fungi that historically had been found only in certain regions of the country, researchers at Washington University in St. Louis say.
Washington — Methylene chloride poses “unreasonable risk” to workers under certain conditions, and the Environment Protection Agency will take action “to identify and apply measures that will manage these risks,” according to a final revised risk determination published Nov. 10.