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Occupational Safety and Health Administration

Lambeau carpenter
Jul 20, 2023

Worker killed on Green Bay construction site was H.J. Martin & Son carpenter

Joshua Shaw, 27, died of his injuries on June 17 after being trapped at Lambeau Field.

Lambeau carpenter
Jun 20, 2023

Carpenter trapped in Lambeau Field dies from injuries

The carpenter was a second-generation employee and worked alongside family in Green Bay, company officials said.

Apr 27, 2023

Wisconsin AFL-CIO report: 105 state workers died in 2021

The AFL-CIO called for funding and support of workplace safety enforcement as a report showed there were 105 Wisconsin worker deaths in 2021.

Lunda Construction Company OSHA
Mar 29, 2023

OSHA fines Wisconsin construction company for ‘serious fall violation’ after worker fell from Missouri bridge

OSHA fined a Wisconsin construction company for more than $30,000 after a worker fell last year in central Missouri.

OSHA increases penalties for 2023
Feb 22, 2023

Excavation, falls, renovations highlighted in latest OSHA safety updates

OSHA will focus inspections on excavation, falling hazards and ladder safety in 2023.

OSHA increases penalties for 2023
Jan 30, 2023

OSHA increases penalties, says employers who put workers lives at risk will face ‘serious consequences’

OSHA will increase its penalties and cite certain violations in an "instance-by-instance" basis starting in March.

OSHA increases penalties for 2023
Jan 17, 2023

OSHA increases penalties for 2023

The Department of Labor announced OSHA fines will increase with inflation in 2023.

Dec 1, 2022

OSHA fines Appleton roofing contractor for exposing workers to fall hazards

OSHA fined an Appleton-based contractor for hundreds of thousands of dollars in additional penalties for leaving roof workers at risk for falls, officials said. 

Jul 14, 2022

OSHA responds to increase in trench deaths with call for criminal referrals

Responding to a steep increase in deaths from trenching accidents, federal officials are planning to go after negligent contracts with referrals for criminal prosecutions and other increased penalties

Jun 6, 2022

Meatpacking company settles COVID-19 workplace allegations

A national meatpacking company with a facility in Green Bay has agreed to pay about $15,000 to settle allegations of unsafe practices during the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic sickened and killed Wisconsin workers.

May 13, 2022

Company charged in deadly 2017 Wisconsin plant explosion

A federal grand jury has charged a milling company with fraud and conspiracy in connection with an explosion at a Wisconsin corn plant that killed five workers in 2017, the Justice Department announced Friday.

May 3, 2022

Report: Wisconsin refinery knew about issues before blast

Officials at a northwestern Wisconsin oil refinery knew about equipment issues years before a 2018 explosion there, according to Occupational Safety and Health Administration documents obtained by Wisconsin Public Radio.


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