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There was no injury or property damage after a forklift incident at this company. Yet it still led to an OSHA inspection and a sizable fine. What did the company do wrong?
ISO audits are like sets of fingerprints, no two are exactly the same. Still, that doesn’t mean we can’t learn a thing or two from those who’ve been there before.
Workers at a Connecticut-based manufacturer warned their ex-CEO about illegal wastewater discharges. The CEO didn’t listen, and now he’s looking at prison time for his role in the environmental crime.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) recently released its preliminary findings on workplace injuries and illnesses for 2011. How did manufacturing companies stack up?
Here’s a sobering fact: Workers that operate or maintain machinery suffer 18,000 amputations, cuts and crushing injuries per year, according to OSHA.