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Tennessee manufacturer cited by US Labor Department’s OSHA for safety and health violations following worker fatality

Friday, December 23rd, 2011 | Permalink

Region 4 News Release: 11-1764-ATL (598) Dec. 22, 2011 Contact: Michael D’AquinoMichael Wald Phone: 404-562-2076404-562-2078 Email: d’aquino.michael@dol.govwald.michael@dol.gov Tennessee manufacturer

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US Labor Department’s OSHA cites New Jersey contractor for fall hazards, other violations at West Eighth Street work site in Manhattan

Saturday, December 17th, 2011 | Permalink

Region 2 News Release: 11-1759-NEW/BOS 2011-404 Dec. 15, 2011 Contact: Ted Fitzgerald Phone: 617-565-2074 Email: fitzgerald.edmund@dol.gov US Labor Department’s OSHA cites New Jersey contractor for f

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US Labor Department’s OSHA proposes $90,000 in fines to Pittsburgh-based PPG Industries for safety violations at Cleveland facility

Thursday, December 15th, 2011 | Permalink

Region 5 News Release: 11-1727-CHI Dec. 15, 2011 Contact: Scott AllenRhonda Burke Phone: 312-353-6976312-353-6976 Email: allen.scott@dol.govburke.rhonda@dol.gov US Labor Department’s OSHA proposes $9

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US Labor Department’s OSHA proposes $90,000 in fines to Pittsburgh-based PPG Industries for safety violations at Cleveland facility

Georgia stucco company cited by US Department of Labor’s OSHA for exposing workers to fall hazards; more than $62,000 in penalties proposed

Tuesday, December 13th, 2011 | Permalink

Region 4 News Release: 11-1697-ATL (581) Dec. 12, 2011 Contact: Michael D’Aquino Michael Wald Phone: 404-562-2076404-562-2078 Email: d’aquino.michael@dol.gov wald.michael@dol.gov Georgia stucco compan

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Georgia stucco company cited by US Department of Labor’s OSHA for exposing workers to fall hazards; more than $62,000 in penalties proposed