Federal safety officials have cited a Michigan-based metals maker for nine alleged safety violations at its iron foundry in eastern Wisconsin.
A construction company owner died Thursday, nine days after falling through the roof of a building owned by the Lake Geneva Yacht Club in Fontana, according to a police report.
A beef-processing plant in western Wisconsin has been cited with 11 safety violations after a maintenance worker died by electrocution in December.
A River Falls company is facing $137,000 in potential fines following a trench collapse last year that killed a 19-year-old worker.
Published: April 26, 2012
Tags: Dan Danner, DOL, health care, Internal Revenue Service, IRS, National Federation of Independent Business, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, osha, taxes, U.S. Department of Labor
Dan Danner never expected to end up in the middle of the health care debate. Or, for that matter, in politics.
Coming up with new government regulations can be time consuming, but a new report suggests the government is taking way too long on workplace safety rules.
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited Neenah-based GTO Contractors LLC for six safety violations, including failing to protect workers from falls, according to an OSHA news release.
A federal workplace-safety agency is proposing a $91,000 fine for an Illinois company, about five months after a worker suffered electrical burns at its Wisconsin manufacturing plant.
A federal workplace-safety agency has cited a foundry in southern Wisconsin for 10 alleged safety violations.
The federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration has accused Jennie-O Turkey Store of 11 safety violations at its Barron plant in connection with an accident last July.