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So far this year, nine miners have been killed and 185 have been injured in accidents involving powered haulage equipment. Join us for a national Stand Down for Safety Day on July 20 to help save lives and prevent injuries.
Workplace injuries and illnesses for teens have been on the rise since 2017. This summer, let’s all make sure they stay safe and healthy on the job.
While we know that all workers in this country are entitled to certain protections under the law, we also know that too many don’t receive them. So we’re taking action.
OSHA published an emergency temporary standard to protect healthcare workers, who are most at-risk, as well as additional guidance to protect workers in other industries.
Keeping workers safe on trenching and excavation sites involves a few simple steps. Join us in getting the word out about trenching hazards and how to stay safe.
Many growing careers focus on protecting workers and the general public. Here are 10 safety-related occupations that all pay at least the median annual wage.
If your workplace is in the path of a hurricane, do you have a plan to keep workers safe? Follow these hurricane prep steps.
With temperatures on the rise across the country, check out these six practices to keep workers safe this summer.
MSHA's Sam Pierce shares why he got the COVID vaccine and five facts that miners should know.
Join our Stand Down to Prevent Falls in Construction May 3-7 and learn how to keep workers safe.