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Occupational Safety and Health Administration

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  • Worker in fatal construction site accident identified

    Worker in fatal construction site accident identified
    A man working at a construction site on the Northwestern University campus in Evanston who died after he was struck by a beam that fell from six stories up this morning has been identified. The beam was knocked loose by a construction crane and struck...
  • Bostic fine puts the hype in NFL hypocrisy

    Bostic fine puts the hype in NFL hypocrisy
    The NFL’s web site highlighted Jon Bostic’s hit on San Diego wide receiver Mike Willie as “spectacular.’’ Then the NFL fined the Bears rookie $21,000 for the hit. You know, business as usual. The NFL’s web site...
  • Investigators seek cause of chemical blasts in Louisiana

    State and federal investigators in Louisiana are working to uncover what caused fatal blasts at two different chemical plants in the span of two days. The second explosion took place Friday night at the CF Industries plant in Donaldsonville, a small...
  • 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...
  • Fiddling around at the beach

    Fiddling around at the beach
    Regular visitors to Ocean City in the summer months may be familiar with the music of William F. Hassay Jr. The 61-year-old substitute teacher has been supplementing his income since 1995 by playing his violin on the boardwalk from 3 p.m. until midnight...
  • Plumber dies working in 20-foot-deep trench in West L.A.

    Plumber dies working in 20-foot-deep trench in West L.A.
    A plumber working for a private company died Friday morning after being was found unconscious in a 20-foot-deep trench, officials said. The man was digging in the hole and reported unconscious at 2014 Malcolm Ave. in West Los Angeles around 9:30 a.m.,...
  • Cirque du Soleil says 'Ka' performances will resume Tuesday

    Cirque du Soleil says 'Ka' performances will resume Tuesday
    Performances of Cirque du Soleil's "Ka" will resume on Tuesday at the MGM Grand Resort in Las Vegas, 17 days after an aerialist fell to her death during a performance of the popular show. Cirque has scheduled one performance per day of "Ka" through...
  • 'Blackfish,' other animal documentaries move far beyond the cuddly

    'Blackfish,' other animal documentaries move far beyond the cuddly
    The new documentary "Blackfish" opens with footage of a killer whale and a human being beneath the water's surface. As their forms become entangled, it looks as if they are involved in some kind of struggle, and the moment grows increasingly ominous....
  • Climate change is hazardous to your health

    Thanks for Tim Wheeler's report that Marylanders understand some of the connections between climate change and human health ("Most Marylanders see climate change harming health," July 17). Last week during a lengthy heat wave, a Massachusetts postman...