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OSHA Cites TPC For November 2019 Terminal Fire in Texas
Workplace Safety Probe Launched After California Refinery Fire
Ohio Plating Worker Drowns in Factory Vat
OSHA Fines Closed Philadelphia Refinery for Process Safety Hazards

OSHA Cites Well Operator in Fatal ND Rig Explosion

An operator and two servicing companies’ failure to control a North Dakota oil well properly led to a flash fire that killed a 52-year-old worker and burned three other workers severely at a Watford City well site, federal investigators have found.

January 1, 2017

OSHA Urges Lower Beryllium Levels

Federal regulators are proposing a new standard that would dramatically lower workplace exposure to beryllium, a widely used material that can cause devastating lung diseases.

October 1, 2015

OSHA Revises Firefighting Manual for Buildings

Firefighting is urgent and stressful work, and decisions are often made without vital information on the hazards that exist. To better protect emergency responders in these situations, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration has revised its manual.

October 1, 2015