Occupational safety and health. Workplace toxins. Ergonomics. Asbestos. Hearing loss. Safety.
Forty-eight Oregon workers lost their lives on the job last year. Here are their names.
In Oregon and Washington, you have rights, and help is available.
Jordan Barab, a longtime union safety expert, was number two at OSHA under Obama. He’s not happy about the way things have gone under Trump.
Decades after asbestos insulation was banned, the fibers are still in many legal products in America.
Three of the top 10 are in construction.
More roadway construction workers are killed each year by construction equipment and vehicles than by on-road vehicles. How can we make it safer?
Scott Mugno got the thumbs up from a Senate Committee in a party-line vote Dec. 13.
After an accident that seriously injured two workers in a 37′ fall, OSHA levies its biggest fine in more than five years, saying contractor Abhe & Svoboda knowingly put workers at risk.
Sixty-six Oregon workers lost their lives to preventable accidents in 2016.
At the ODOT bridge contractor where a 40-foot fall sent two workers to the hospital, at least four former employees say they were let go after complaining of dangerous work conditions.