Since President Trump’s inauguration, the agency has stopped releasing press updates about safety violations and fines.
A new rule, which went into effect this week, will add a major twist to how companies report injuries or illnesses. Instead of filling out OSHA 300 logs and...
Jobs could finally be returning to the badly bruised oil industry, according to a recent Goldman Sachs report.
The controversial new rule will require injury reports to be submitted electronically, as well as make the reports public.
The data from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s new severe injury reporting requirement is in — and the results are decidedly mixed.
So far the company has paid out $2 billion to settle with plaintiffs and pay fines to the Justice and Transportation Departments.
Love it or hate it, nuclear is a vital part of the grid. But will it always be? And should it be?