Fed-OSHA fines Texas gun range more than $214K

Fed-OSHA has cited a Killeen, Texas indoor shooting range more than $214,000 for allegedly exposing employees to unsafe lead levels. According to the agency, inspectors found airborne lead exceeding the permissible exposure limit, and lead contamination on surfaces throughout the facility. Killeen Daily Herald

Fed-OSHA fines contractor after Guam worker’s death

Fed-OSHA has cited and fined a Guam corporation for exposing employees to struck-by hazards after a worker died last September when several doors fell on him as he unloaded a shipping container at a store. Pacific Daily News

Florida ag worker fatally struck by truck

A 68-year-old man died after being struck by a truck being backed up by a field supervisor at a Collier County, Florida tomato-gathering worksite. Workers reportedly were using a flatbed truck to dump tomato buckets into large bins on the back of the truck at the time of the accident. Fed-OSHA is investigating. Naples Daily […]

Five common electrocution dangers in your home

Electrocution can result in something as innocuous as a mild shock to nerve damage and burns. Here, experts discuss the most prevalent electrocution risks inside a home. San Antonio Express-News