OSHA Updates

Demolition company in fatal Government Center garage collapse in Boston faces nearly $1.2M in fines for willfully exposing workers to hazards

The following is a reprint of the press release from the osha.gov site, published on September 27, 2022. Don’t let this happen to you. Make sure your employees are well trained in the safety standards and any site plans. BOSTON – A heavy equipment operator doing demolition on the eighth  floor of the Government Center garage …

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Crane Operator Qualification directive cited for release

Our friends over at CIS shared this article with us regarding this latest directive on the update to OSHA’s Crane Rule, the Crane Operator qualification. If you don’t have time to read the full article, the brief version is that OSHA compliance officers/field people will have the directions to start citing companies whose crane operators can’t …

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