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  • OSHA Investigates Lab Explosion at Plano Hospital

    When employers require their employees to work with chemicals, it is important that they know what kind of reaction that chemical could have in certain conditions. After gaining an understanding of ... Read Article

March Posts

  • OSHA Investigates Lab Explosion at Plano Hospital

    When employers require their employees to work with chemicals, it is important that they know what kind of reaction that chemical could have in certain conditions. After gaining an understanding of certain chemicals from government reports and other widely accepted scientific ... Read Article
  • OSHA Cites Texas Recycling Center for Amputation Hazard

    Hearing about someone in Texas getting injured on the job can be nerve-wracking, and may lead some to start thinking about their own jobs. Texas workers know to exercise good judgment in their workspaces, but sometimes workplace injury is out of their control. Employers are ... Read Article
  • Equipment Causes Death at Poultry Plant; OSHA Finds Violations

    Over the past few weeks we've posted about several serious OSHA violations . We've discussed exposure to harmful dusts and chemicals, inadequate training for workers, and violations relating to whistleblowers -- some in Texas and some elsewhere. This week, we have yet another ... Read Article
  • Railroad Company Fined by OSHA for Firing Whistleblowers

    News reports broke today of a huge Occupational Safety and Health Administration ruling against a major railroad company, and we thought our readers in Texas may be interested in hearing about it. According to a report from Bloomberg, OSHA has ordered Norfolk Southern Railway Co. ... Read Article
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