After bear kills son, father calls $13K fine ‘a joke’

A father whose son was killed by a bear while working in the Teton Wilderness said this week Wyoming OSHA’s $13,120 fine against the company involved in the death is “a joke.” Wyoming OSHA penalized Nature’s Capital after a bear killed Adam Stewart, 31, in 2014. WyoFile

Fed-OSHA cites U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for safety violations

Saying he welcomes another set of eyes at the Soo Locks Area, Engineer Kevin Sprague of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers indicated the necessary corrections are already underway following a Fed-OSHA inspection. Fed-OSHA issued a notice on Monday of 21 serious and two repeated violations following the inspection earlier this year. The list included […]

Fed-OSHA investigating accident at Pennsylvania plant

Federal officials said Monday that they are investigating a fire at Reading Alloys Inc. in South Heidelberg Township, Pennsylvania, where an unidentified worker was injured Thursday. Reading Eagle

Bryant University waiting on engineers’ reports about building collapse

The president of Bryant University says he’s still waiting on engineering reports to figure out why an athletic building under construction on campus collapsed. Workers were installing steel beams for a new indoor practice facility at the private university in Smithfield on Sept. 1 when the beams collapsed. No one was seriously injured. Turnto10 (Cranston, […]