Newsletter Photos September 20, 2012
Secretary Durkin served for only eight months before leaving the department. He was the "plumber" of President Eisenhower's cabinet dubbed "nine millionaires and a plumber."
Secretary Solis delivers the keynote speech at Latino Magazine's Annual Education conference.
The 44 attendees at a three-day training program focused on the wind industry were able to observe the internal configurations of a nacelle/rotor hub assembly to see how wind turbine engines operate. The conference provided Occupational Health and Safety Administration personnel with a greater understanding of the wind turbine industry and daily tasks performed by wind technicians.
Brian Sturtecky, OSHA Area Director in Jacksonville, Fla., climbs the ladder structure of a wind turbine as part of an three-day training program focused on the wind industry held in Elgin, Ill. The program was developed under the American Wind Energy Association OSHA National Alliance.
Union representatives attend the department's Compliance Assistance and Union Forum.
Secretary Harris talks about safety data.
Women's Bureau Regional Administrator Jacqueline Cooke leads a discussion on securing sustainable jobs for returning women veterans during a roundtable in Augusta, Maine.
The Department's weekly newsletter received a second prestigious award last week: the Public Relations Society of America's 2012 THOTH Award for best newsletter.
Assistant Secretary of Labor for Employee Benefits Security Phyllis C. Borzi explains 401(k) fee disclosures during last week's webinar.
Developer's from Carnegie Mellon University's Heinz College accept thier prize for the Equal Pay App Challenge Non-Profit App Award.