U.S. Chemical Safety Board considers withdrawing retaliation protections for offshore oil workers; unions re-examine their role in the wake of sexual harassment revelations; America's fastest-growing jobs are also among the lowest-paying jobs; and migrant women continue to face exploitation on the job.
The Steelworkers union is challenging the Trump administration's plan to diminish mine safety improvements and a 1969 law is on their side.
The American Public Health Association adopted 13 new policy statements. Six of them address priority topics on worker safety and environmental health.
Five individuals were honored at the American Public Health Association's annual meeting for their achievements to improve occupational health and safety.
Climate change, workplace violence, and children's health were some of the topics addressed at the American Public Health Association's annual meeting.
In southern Texas, the city of Laredo hasn’t confirmed a single case of dengue in nearly 20 years. Just a short walk across the border into Mexico, the city of Nuevo Laredo has confirmed hundreds of cases of the mosquito-borne disease. Hector Gonzalez says the difference lays in the city’s robust commitment to public health-led mosquito control.
12,000 researchers and advocates have gathered for the American Public Health Association's annual meeting. Firearms, climate change, and women's health are on the agenda.
Regular readers know the past several months have been full of bad news for public health, so I’m happy to be able to highlight something positive: Policy findings from five different communities that took very [...]
Four years after the Rana Plaza building collapse that killed 1,100 garment workers in Bangldesh, "savage capitalism” in the developing world undercuts workers’ safety throughout global supply chain factories in every corner of the world.