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NIOSH has created a new National Firefighter Registry for Cancer. Learn why this matters and about our work to support federal firefighters.
Last week I sent a letter to the mining community asking everyone to join the Mine Safety and Health Administration in focusing on identifying and eliminating safety and health hazards that can cost miners their lives.
In an unsafe trench, thousands of pounds of soil can bury a worker within seconds. Help get the word out about trench hazards and how to keep workers safe.
Through OSHA's new authority to certify U and T visas, we can help combat labor trafficking and create safer work environments for all workers in the U.S.
National Mine Health and Safety Academy Instructor Michele Santos-Cranford sat down with us to talk about her career and tips for women in the mining industry.
The Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire was one of the deadliest workplace disasters in U.S. history. Unfortunately, too many businesses today still have not made safety part of the fabric of their workplace.
Following recent train derailments and accidents, we're working with the Federal Railroad Administration to protect the safety and health of railroad employees.
New policy updates will help streamline workers' comp claims processing for federal firefighters with certain occupational diseases.
Clarissa Romero, a safety and health compliance officer in the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, helps make sure that workers come home safe at the end of every shift.
As we celebrate Black History Month, we know we must do more to create equity and safety for all workers.