OSHA Launches Month-Long Safety Awareness CampaignIn the last month, five construction workers fell off of roofs in the Philadelphia region. Now, OSHA is calling on local construction firms to take necessary safety measures for their workers.
Federal Health Investigation Underway At Dorney ParkThe Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) began their probe after an employee was hospitalized at the theme park last month.
New App Guides Employers Through Implementing Plan To Prevent Heat Related IllnessOSHA, the Occupational and Safety Administration, says dozens of outdoor workers die each year because of heat related illnesses, and thousands more become sick.
Zeoli Show Log 6.1.15Rich discusses the expiration of the Patriot Act, Caitlyn Jenner's photo shoot for Vanity Fair, and the Supreme Court ruling that a man was wrongly convicted for posting threats on Facebook. He also talked with authors Josh Packard and Matthew Schmitz, and labor lawyer Rick Grimaldi.
Nail Guns Cause Thousands Of InjuriesAccidents with nail guns send about 37,000 people to the emergency room each year.
Allentown, Pa. Amusement Park Fined After Teen Food Vendor Burned OSHA cited Dorney Park under its parent company, Cedar Fair, in connection with an incident on June 9th.
Feds: Dorney Park Didn't Protect Workers From HeatThe Occupational Safety and Health Administration said Monday it's proposing a $7,000 fine for Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom's failure to protect outdoor and concession stand workers from sunlight and other heat sources.
City of Phila. Partners With OSHA To Improve Workplace SafetySince 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.
OSHA Cites Demolition Contractor and Equipment Operator in Deadly Center City Building CollapseA 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.
Philadelphia Architect Fights Subpoena In Fatal Building Collapse An architect involved in a fatal building demolition in Philadelphia is refusing to turn over documents sought by the Department of Labor.
Government Agency Regulates Workplace SafetyFrom ergonomics to mold and other building toxins, OSHA regulates the working conditions that may harm workers.
Attorney For Demolition Contractor Says Deadly Collapse Was Not His Client's FaultKenneth Edelin notes that contractor Griffin Campbell was on site when the 40-foot wall collapsed onto the Salvation Army Thrift Store, killing six people and injuring more than a dozen others.
Wheelchair Aides at PHL Airport Demand Workplace ImprovementsThe attendants work for a firm call PrimeFlight, which is contracted by the airlines to provide help to travelers needing wheelchairs.
The Law About Bathroom Breaks At WorkRestroom breaks are covered by both labor laws, which talk about the length, timing, and payment for breaks and occupational safety and health regulations.
Top Of The Eighth, Almost Midnight, Safety Expert Says It’s Time For BedCould staying up late (like so many did last night to watch the Phillies clobber the Rockies) jeopardize safety at the work place the next day?