A provision in the recent congressional budget gives OSHA the ability to adjust it's penalties from previous rates to account for inflation
OSHA answers a collection of FAQs relating to Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution 29 CFR1910.269 and 29 CFR Part 1926, Subpart V
A New Hampshire Company was fined over $200,000 due to violations connected with a lack of proper safety equipment.
Recently the Ontario Ministry of Labour issued a special notice regarding the hazard that is unprotected skylights. The notice is thanks to a consistent number of accidents resulting from poorly protected skylights.
A new legal precedent is being set by seeing workplace employers held criminally responsible for workplace negligence. Sometimes resulting in prison time in addition to increased fines