The latest issue of our weekly Workplace Safety and Health newsletter is available for viewing and contains the following articles:
Operator’s Delay in Beginning MSHA Inspection Not Unreasonable, Judge Rules. While delaying the start of an MSHA inspection for about 30 minutes could be an offense under the Mine Act, MSHA was unjustified under the circumstances in citing a Montana sand-and-gravel operation for its alleged indirect denial of entry to an MSHA inspector, a Review Commission judge has ruled.
OSHA Cites Employer, Staffing Agency after Accident. A Wisconsin-based services company and a staffing agency providing the company with temporary labor were cited by OSHA after a maintenance worker suffered severe burns when he came into contact with an energized electrical source.
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