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Occupational Safety and Health Administration

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  • Dairy worker crushed by cows; Cal/OSHA investigating

    State officials are investigating the death of an Ontario dairy worker crushed while moving cattle over the weekend. Winston Perez, 28, suffered severe internal injuries after he was "crushed between a gate and the fence by the cows" about 5 a.m....
  • Family of Colorado woman killed in reality TV pilot sues Discovery

    Family of Colorado woman killed in reality TV pilot sues Discovery
    The family of a Colorado woman who was killed during filming of a reality TV pilot for Discovery Channel has sued the producers and Discovery Communications for negligence. Plaintiff Mel Bernstein and his daughter have filed a lawsuit in the U.S....
  • Defense of IRS doesn't add up

    Defense of IRS doesn't add up
    Letter writer and former Internal Revenue Service employee Paul Streckfus has an insider's perspective and abundant knowledge ("Ehrlich wrong about IRS," June 23). He should have told The Sun's readers much more. Mr. Streckfus reveals he is able to...
  • Truck driver dies after workplace accident in Bensenville

    Truck driver dies after workplace accident in Bensenville
    Federal workplace safety officials have launched an investigation of a company after a 57-year-old truck driver was killed after being pinned between his truck and a post in Bensenville Monday. Martin Sum of the 11400 block of South Normandy in Southwest...
  • PASSINGS: James D. Hodgson, Patrick Moore

    James D. Hodgson Former secretary of Labor James D. Hodgson, 96, who as secretary of Labor in the early 1970s helped shepherd the Occupational Safety and Health Act into law, died Nov. 28 at his Malibu home, his family announced. The cause was...
  • Dad watches as son injured at Lyric Opera: 'You don't believe it'

    Dad watches as son injured at Lyric Opera: 'You don't believe it'
    A day after he was burned while playing a fire-breathing stilt walker at the Lyric Opera of Chicago, actor Wesley Daniel was doing well and sending out photos of himself at the hospital, according to friends and relatives. "He’s all bandaged up but...
  • Officer sues Police Department

    A Glendale police officer has filed a lawsuit claiming he was the victim of repeated retaliation after he reported alleged health violations. Officer John Schmidt, who is currently employed with Police Department, alleged he and another officer were...
  • Injured Lyric Opera actor to return as understudy

    Injured Lyric Opera actor to return as understudy
    Wesley Daniel, an actor who sustained second-degree burns during a Lyric Opera dress rehearsal earlier this month will return as an understudy for one of the stilt walkers he was cast to play, according to a written statement released by the opera house....
  • Updated: Students protest new FAU stadium name

    Updated: Students protest new FAU stadium name
    Florida Atlantic University President Mary Jane Saunders has agreed to meet Friday with students upset about a decision to name the football stadium after a prison operator. About 100 students on Monday protested FAU’s decision last week to name...
  • What went wrong at Aberdeen Proving Ground's Super Pond?

    What went wrong at Aberdeen Proving Ground's Super Pond?
    Shaped like a teardrop and carved out of the eastern bank of the Bush River, the UNDEX Test Facility at Aberdeen Proving Ground has earned the nickname "Super Pond" for its unusual properties. Viewed from above, the man-made pond looks much darker...
  • Aberdeen 'Super Pond' ordered closed

    Aberdeen 'Super Pond' ordered closed
    Aberdeen Proving Ground's "Super Pond" has been closed indefinitely while investigations continue into the deaths of three divers in the underwater explosion test facility in the past month, the Army announced Friday. Col. Gordon A. Graham, commander of...