Occupational safety and health. Workplace toxins. Ergonomics. Asbestos. Hearing loss. Safety.
Decades of cuts have made insufficient maintenance the new normal.
41 workers died in job-related accidents in Oregon last year.
The silica rule covering 2 million construction workers is the most significant OSHA move in decades.
The disease can strike anyone exposed, even someone who teaches good safety practices to others.
Job-related deaths are on the rise in Oregon and throughout the United States.
Most of the hazards that led to severe injuries could easily have been prevented.
Kevin Billman of UFCW and IBEW Local 48 staff attorney Diana Winther are nominees for MLAC.
All around the country, state legislatures are whittling away at workers’ comp systems
Republican lawmakers and business interests have pushed to cut benefits to save on premiums
Some of the savings are, literally, on the backs of workers.