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OSHA on Wednesday announced that it has struck an alliance with the Crane, Hoist and Monorail Partners to protect workers who manufacture and use cranes, hoists, and monorails.

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The United States Pharmacopeial Convention announced Monday the release of a new standard for handling hazardous drugs in healthcare settings.

OSHA on Monday announced that it has renewed an alliance with the Industrial Trucking Association to minimize worker injuries and fatalities from industrial truck tip-overs and “struck-by” hazards.

OSHA announced on Monday that a public comment period on the agency’s new Safety and Health Program Management Guidelines has been extended from Feb. 15 to Feb. 22.

The 11th Circuit U.S Court of Appeals last week denied pre-enforcement petitions against a Mine Safety and Health Administration rule limiting worker exposure to coal mine dust.

A new study by the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health finds workplaces that implement smoke-free policies and “cessation” smoking programs actually decrease tobacco use among workers.

Public workers in Michigan, amid a water crisis in the Flint, are protected by state and federal whistleblowers, the National Council for Occupational Safety and Health announced Tuesday.

OSHA on Tuesday announced that it is seeking public comment on new efforts to reduce paperwork and reporting burdens on states that maintain their own occupational safety and health plans.

OSHA announced Jan. 21 that it is seeking nominations to serve on the advisory committee that assists the Labor Secretary and Health and Human Services Secretary on occupational safety and health matters.

The Federal Aviation Administration and OSHA have signed a memorandum of understanding, encouraging both federal agencies to share information about anti-retaliation measures in place to protect airline workers who file reports on regulation violations.