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OSHA Regulates Broad Range Of Safety Hazards In The Workplace

Most office workers don’t think of their offices as dangerous, but OSHA has regulations intended to protect all workers – even those who don’t have high risk jobs.

07/16/2014

(The demolition site at 2136 Market Street, taken by a concerned passerby the day before the deadly collapse.  The Salvation Army thrift store, in which six people were killed, is at far right.  Photo by Laura Mierson.)

City of Phila. Partners With OSHA To Improve Workplace Safety

Since the deadly demolition site building collapse in center city one year ago, the city’s Department of Licenses and Inspections has been working more closely with federal workplace safety officials.

06/05/2014

(File photo:  the scene of the deadly building collapse at 22nd and Market Streets in which six people died.  Credit: CBS3)

OSHA Cites Demolition Contractor and Equipment Operator in Deadly Center City Building Collapse

A new OSHA report a report pins much of the responsibility on demolition contractor Griffin Campbell and heavy equipment operator Sean Benschop. The building’s owner and the Salvation Army are not mentioned.

11/14/2013

(File photo.  Credit: Ed Fischer)

Government Agency Regulates Workplace Safety

From ergonomics to mold and other building toxins, OSHA regulates the working conditions that may harm workers.

06/14/2013

(The scene of the building collapse on June 5th that killed six people and injured 13.  File photo)

Contractors Defend Their Actions In Building Collapse

Two contractors involved in a downtown Philadelphia building collapse hurled blame at each other Tuesday, through lawyers who broke their clients’ weeklong silence about the disaster that killed six.

06/11/2013

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Federal Labor Officials Find Nine Violations At Hershey Plant

Federal labor officials announced Tuesday they found nine workplace violations at a candy repackaging and distribution facility owned by The Hershey Co. and operated by Exel Inc., the site of protests last summer by foreign student workers.

02/21/2012

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