How to protect yourself from heat illness

When temperatures outside start pushing 90 degrees or higher, heat-related injuries and illnesses become more likely. Here are some signs of heat illness and how to protect yourself. WRDW

Democrats trying to bring back safety rule

Democrats yesterday unveiled a bill that would bring back an Obama-era recordkeeping rule that was overturned under the Congressional Review Act. The legislation introduced Monday would require Fed-OSHA to issue a new regulation within 180 days. The bill also amends the six-month statute of limitation on citations so the clock starts running when Fed-OSHA identifies […]

Trump’s actual impact on Fed-OSHA

What’s the potential impact of the Trump administration with respect to Fed-OSHA? So far, the progress has been good for employers, argues one Indiana attorney. National Law Review

Fed-OSHA fines Whirlpool, two other firms

Fed-OSHA has fined two well-known northwest Ohio manufacturers and an excavating firm based in Michigan a combined $69,000. Whirlpool Corp. was fined $19,918 for two alleged serious violations at the company’s washing machine plant in Clyde, Ohio, after employees reportedly were injured while attempting to adjust a robot attached to a plastic injection molding machine. […]