April 29, 2021

OSHA cites Beverly Hills’ Dollar Tree for exposing workers to safety hazards

BEVERLY HILLS, FL – Dollar Tree store workers across the country continue to face the same hazardous working conditions at the national discount chain as they have for many years. Since 2016, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration has inspected company locations more than 300 times.

April 29, 2021

Unemployment Insurance Weekly Claims Report

In the week ending April 24, the advance figure for seasonally adjusted initial claims was 553,000, a decrease of 13,000 from the previous week's revised level. The previous week's level was revised up by 19,000 from 547,000 to 566,000. The 4-week moving average was 611,750, a decrease of 44,000 from the previous week's revised average. This is the lowest level for this average since March 14, 2020 when it was 225,500. The previous week's average was revised up by 4,750 from 651,000 to 655,750.

April 28, 2021

Workers Memorial Day remembers lives lost on the job, affirms OSHA’s commitment to protect worker’s safety, health

NEW MEXICO‒ Every 99 minutes, about one worker suffers fatal injuries and fails to return home safely at the end of their workday. That’s 15 workers a day, 100 a week, more than 5,200 a year – a frightening reality, but one that the nation’s employers can change by following workplace safety and health standards and regulations.

April 28, 2021

Workers Memorial Day remembers lives lost on the job, affirms OSHA’s commitment to protect worker’s safety, health

BOISE, ID ‒ Every 99 minutes, about one worker suffers fatal injuries and fails to return home safely at their work day’s end. That’s 15 workers a day, 100 a week, more than 5,200 a year – a frightening reality, but one that the nation’s employers can change by following workplace safety and health standards and regulations.

April 28, 2021

Workers Memorial Day remembers lives lost on the job, affirms OSHA’s commitment to protect worker’s safety, health

DALLAS ‒ Every 99 minutes, about one worker suffers fatal injuries and fails to return home safely at the end of their workday. That’s 15 workers a day, 100 a week, more than 5,200 a year – a frightening reality, but one that the nation’s employers can change by following workplace safety and health standards and regulations.

April 28, 2021

Workers Memorial Day remembers lives lost on the job, affirms OSHA’s commitment to protect worker’s safety, health

HONOLULU ‒ Every 99 minutes, about one worker suffers fatal injuries and fails to return home safely at their work day’s end. That’s 15 workers a day, 100 a week, more than 5,200 a year – a frightening reality, but one that the nation’s employers can change by following workplace safety and health standards and regulations.

April 28, 2021

Workers Memorial Day remembers lives lost on the job, affirms OSHA’s commitment to protect worker’s safety, health

TALLAHASSEE, FL ‒ Every 99 minutes, about one worker suffers fatal injuries and fails to return home safely at their work day’s end. That’s 15 workers a day, 100 a week, more than 5,200 a year – a frightening reality, but one that the nation’s employers can change by following workplace safety and health standards and regulations.

April 28, 2021

Workers Memorial Day remembers lives lost on the job, affirms OSHA’s commitment to protect worker’s safety, health

SEATTLE ‒ Every 99 minutes, about one worker suffers fatal injuries and fails to return home safely at their work day’s end. That’s 15 workers a day, 100 a week, more than 5,200 a year – a frightening reality, but one that the nation’s employers can change by following workplace safety and health standards and regulations.

April 28, 2021

Workers Memorial Day remembers lives lost on the job, affirms OSHA’s commitment to protect worker’s safety and health

OKLAHOMA CITY ‒ Every 99 minutes, about one worker suffers fatal injuries and fails to return home safely at the end of their workday. That’s 15 workers a day, 100 a week, more than 5,200 a year – a frightening reality, but one that the nation’s employers can change by following workplace safety and health standards and regulations.

April 28, 2021

US Department of Labor, Texas Panhandle construction industry group to continue alliance to protect workers’ safety, health

LUBBOCK, TX ‒ Every 99 minutes, about one worker suffers fatal injuries and fails to return home safely at the end of their workday. That’s 15 workers a day, 100 a week, more than 5,200 a year – a frightening reality, but one that the nation’s employers can change by following workplace safety and health standards and regulations.

April 28, 2021

Workers Memorial Day remembers lives lost on the job, affirms OSHA’s commitment to protect worker’s safety, health

PORTLAND, OR ‒ Every 99 minutes, about one worker suffers fatal injuries and fails to return home safely at their work day’s end. That’s 15 workers a day, 100 a week, more than 5,200 a year – a frightening reality, but one that the nation’s employers can change by following workplace safety and health standards and regulations.

April 28, 2021

Workers Memorial Day remembers lives lost on the job, affirms OSHA’s commitment to protect worker’s safety, health

ATLANTA ‒ Every 99 minutes, about one worker suffers fatal injuries and fails to return home safely at their work day’s end. That’s 15 workers a day, 100 a week, more than 5,200 a year – a frightening reality, but one that the nation’s employers can change by following workplace safety and health standards and regulations.

April 28, 2021

Workers Memorial Day remembers lives lost on the job, affirms OSHA’s commitment to protect worker’s safety and health

NEW ORLEANS ‒ Every 99 minutes, about one worker suffers fatal injuries and fails to return home safely at the end of their workday. That’s 15 workers a day, 100 a week, more than 5,200 a year – a frightening reality, but one that the nation’s employers can change by following workplace safety and health standards and regulations.

April 28, 2021

Workers Memorial Day remembers lives lost on the job, affirms OSHA’s commitment to protect worker’s safety, health

PHOENIX ‒ Every 99 minutes, about one worker suffers fatal injuries and fails to return home safely at their work day’s end. That’s 15 workers a day, 100 a week, more than 5,200 a year – a frightening reality, but one that the nation’s employers can change by following workplace safety and health standards and regulations.

April 28, 2021

Workers Memorial Day remembers lives lost on the job, affirms OSHA’s commitment to protect worker’s safety and health

DENVER ‒ Every 99 minutes, about one worker suffers fatal injuries and fails to return home safely at the end of their workday. That’s 15 workers a day, 100 a week, more than 5,200 a year – a frightening reality, but one that the nation’s employers can change by following workplace safety and health standards and regulations.

April 28, 2021

Workers Memorial Day remembers lives lost on the job, affirms OSHA’s commitment to protect worker’s safety and health

LITTLE ROCK, AR ‒ Every 99 minutes, about one worker suffers fatal injuries and fails to return home safely at the end of their workday. That’s 15 workers a day, 100 a week, more than 5,200 a year – a frightening reality, but one that the nation’s employers can change by following workplace safety and health standards and regulations.

April 28, 2021

Workers Memorial Day remembers lives lost on the job, affirms OSHA’s commitment to protect worker’s safety, health

LAS VEGAS ‒ Every 99 minutes, about one worker suffers fatal injuries and fails to return home safely at their work day’s end. That’s 15 workers a day, 100 a week, more than 5,200 a year – a frightening reality, but one that the nation’s employers can change by following workplace safety and health standards and regulations.

April 28, 2021

Workers Memorial Day remembers lives lost on the job, affirms OSHA’s commitment to protect worker’s safety, health

JUNEAU, AK ‒ Every 99 minutes, about one worker suffers fatal injuries and fails to return home safely at their work day’s end. That’s 15 workers a day, 100 a week, more than 5,200 a year – a frightening reality, but one that the nation’s employers can change by following workplace safety and health standards and regulations.

April 28, 2021

División de Horas y Salarios recupera $3,8 millones en salarios adeudados a 1.100 empleados de una impresa nacional de inspección de oleoductos

SAND SPRINGS, OKLos inspectores de oleoductos trabajan muchas horas realizando labores críticas, manteniendo seguras más de 2,6 millones de millas de tuberías en el país, y protegiendo a las comunidades cercanas. Cuando las tuberías fallan, el daño puede ser catastrófico para las comunidades, la economía y el medio ambiente.

April 28, 2021

Wage and Hour Division investigation recovers $3.8M in overtime back wages owed to 1,100 employees of major oil pipeline inspection company in 40 states

SAND SPRINGS, OKOilfield pipeline inspectors work long hours performing critical work, keeping more than 2.6 million miles of pipe in the U.S. secure and the communities around them safe. When pipelines explode, the damage can be catastrophic to communities, economies and the environment. The oil and gas industry depends on independent inspection companies to protect this essential infrastructure.