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August 2017 Archives

Similar safety violation might have caused death at Ohio factory

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration arrived at the scene of a fatal workplace accident in Ohio. Compliance inspectors will investigate the circumstances that led to the worker's death. They will also be able to determine whether a repeat safety violation might have been committed. Reportedly, the company was cited for nine violations in 2010.

Final silica rule may limit cases of permanent impairment

When the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's final ruling on respirable crystalline silica becomes effective later this year, it will save more than 600 lives nationwide per year, says the agency. Furthermore, it is estimated that the improved safety requirements will prevent over 900 healthy workers each year from contracting silicosis. In Ohio and elsewhere, it is a debilitating occupational disease that can cause permanent impairment.

It is unclear whether safety violation caused employee's death

The recycling industry has proved to pose many safety hazards, judging by the number of catastrophic injuries and even deaths that occur at recycling plants nationwide. An Ohio worker died in a workplace accident at a recycling plant on Aug. 3. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is investigating the accident to determine whether a safety violation was responsible for this fatality.

OSHA checking whether safety violation caused worker's death

Construction workers in Ohio and surrounding states face multiple hazards whenever they are on site. The slightest safety violation can have devastating consequences. Work at a construction site in a neighboring state was suspended after an Aug. 1 fatality. Occupational Safety and Health Administration investigators are currently investigating this tragic construction accident to determine the compliance with safety regulations on the site.

Marijuana combined with machinery can bring permanent impairment

Although it is legal to use medical marijuana in Ohio, some business owners are serious about maintaining drug-free workplaces. The executive vice president of a company that does metal stamping is adamant that workers who operate the complicated, heavy machinery at his facility need to be clear-headed at all times. He says it is precision work, and the slightest error can lead to permanent impairment.

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