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OSHA shares list of most commonly reported safety violations

No matter the occupational field, there are always dangers that employers must be aware of in order to ensure the safety of employees. In the event of a serious accident, inspectors from OSHA will likely conduct an inspection to determine whether there were any safety violations that contributed to the accident. Missouri workers who are concerned about the safety of their workspace can report suspected violations.

Lawsuit alleges employer negligence lead to workers' death

By its nature, construction work can be a dangerous occupation. For this reason, the federal office of Occupational Safety and Health Administration has guidelines concerning how to conduct such operations as digging trenches. Unfortunately, there are occasions when suspected employer negligence has resulted in serious injuries to workers here in Missouri and elsewhere.

OSHA deflates tire company with serious fines for violations

Companies seek to provide a quality product or service for its customers. In furtherance of that goal, they are required to provide employees with a safe working environment. The federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration was formed in order to ensure that employers meet safety regulations, and OSHA has the authority to issue citations and impose fines when a company violates those standards. Missouri workers are entitled to work in an environment that protects them from harm.

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