Focus groups involving non-union casino hotel workers in Las Vegas reveal longevity at their current jobs while also experiencing conditions that negatively affect their health and safety.
Harsh working conditions in meatpacking plants set the scene for questions by Senator Dick Durbin of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
For the seventh consecutive year we prepared a yearbook to recount the best journalism, peer-reviewed literature, and reports from organizations on worker health and safety topics in the U.S. The yearbook was released on Labor Day 2018.
The “Year in U.S. Occupational Health & Safety,” which was released on Labor Day, profiles more than a dozen victories in states and localities to advance protections for workers.
The “Year in U.S. Occupational Health & Safety,” which was released on Labor Day, recaps the significant federal policy changes and activities over the past 12 months that affect injury and illness protections for workers.
For the seventh consecutive year, our OHS yearbook presents our choices for the most significant policy changes, advocacy activities, journalism and research over the past 12 months.
An EPA official says she was “completely confused” by press accounts that her office was easing rules on asbestos. She shouldn’t be. The proposal is called “significant new uses for asbestos.
Eighty percent of large employers have worksite wellness programs to address obesity and physical inactivity. How well do these activities align with the needs of the low income workers in these firms?
The American Public Health Association sent a letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee to explain its opposition to the confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.
OSHA issued citations yesterday to three firms for hazards related to an oil rig explosion that killed five workers. OSHA’s findings tell me that the disaster could have been prevented.