Tagged: Occupational Safety & Health Administration

Job Law Evolves as Reopening Begins

Job Law Evolves as Reopening Begins

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As COVID-19 has upended the economy and caused more than 100,000 deaths across the country, it also has altered employment law from safety to workers’ compensation issues. read more >

Safety Directors Keep Eye On Construction Sites

Safety Directors Keep Eye On Construction Sites

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Contractors, builders and construction executives say accident prevention keeps costs and accidents down at work sites. Having a safety director on a job site could help prevent worker injuries, said Richard Hedgecock, the executive vice president of the Associated General Contractors Arkansas, the state’s largest commercial construction trade association. read more >

AERT Awaits OSHA's Investigation of Fatal Fire

AERT Awaits OSHA's Investigation of Fatal Fire

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The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety & Health Administration has not completed its investigation of a fire at an Advanced Environmental Recycling Technologies facility that killed a worker July 17. read more >