The U.S. government's road-safety agency says traffic deaths have fallen for the second straight year.Read More »
By Sean Ryan The federal government figured one life is worth $5.8 million when deciding if it is worth the cost to make railroad construction workers safer. A person who will die if new safety rules are not mandated is ...Read More »
OSHA reports • Affordable Quality and Excellence, Wauwatosa, reached a formal settlement with OSHA on March 30 to pay a $2,000 scaffolding-training citation, a $1,400 general-safety-and-health-provisions citation and 10 scaffolding citations, totaling $17,000. The company was issued the citations July ...
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Paul Snyder email@example.com The Wisconsin County Highways Association wants a video eye on motorists driving through road construction zones, but the group first needs to bypass skepticism in the Legislature. “There are a lot of generic concerns about enforcing laws ...Read More »