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Occupational Safety and Health Administration

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  • Top 10 Stories of 2013: Firsts, lasts, milestones and tragedies

    The year just ended brought a number of significant milestones, most of them good, to the area covered by The Record. The highlights include a couple of noteworthy sports accomplishments, completion of a major highway project, the end of a couple of...
  • Palos Park native, 25, dies in mall demolition mishap

    Palos Park native, 25, dies in mall demolition mishap
    A demolition crew member who was killed in a Thursday night worksite accident in Vernon Hills has been identified as 25-year-old Patrick O’Reilly, who grew up in southwest suburban Palos Park. O’Reilly, who was a graduate of Stagg High...
  • By request: Liberals may stumble but won't fall if Obamacare collapses

     
    Friday's print column From the request line: "A column on the collapse (or not) of the liberal/progressive narrative in light of the Obamacare debacle." Don't get me wrong, I'm not hard up for column ideas. But they're all my ideas,......
  • To replace a helper, try 2 handy sidekicks

    To replace a helper, try 2 handy sidekicks
    Professional carpenters usually show up with at least one helper. Do-it-yourselfers usually go it alone. It would be handy to have another pair of hands — to read the level while you shim the door, to hold one end of the drywall while you screw...
  • A wary welcome to Amazon

    A wary welcome to Amazon
    It's not every day that a major corporation announces that it will bring 1,000 jobs to Baltimore City, so we have reason to cheer Amazon.com's decision to open a 1 million square foot distribution center here. Baltimore's official unemployment rate stands...
  • Cirque du Soleil says it will appeal OSHA citations in 'Ka' death

    Cirque du Soleil says it will appeal OSHA citations in 'Ka' death
    Cirque du Soleil said it will appeal the six citations named by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration in the June death of an aerialist during a performance of  its "Ka" show in Las Vegas.  OSHA said Tuesday that it is proposing six...
  • Man dies after being pulled into asphalt grinder in Corona

    Man dies after being pulled into asphalt grinder in Corona
    A 34-year-old Anaheim man died this week after he got caught on the conveyor belt of a mobile asphalt crusher and pulled into the grinder, authorities said. Rolando Anaya became entangled in the conveyor belt around noon Monday at an asphalt plant in...
  • SeaWorld exposé, 'Blackfish,' makes a splash ★★★

    SeaWorld exposé, 'Blackfish,' makes a splash ★★&#9733
    Tilikum, the orca at the center of the depressing documentary "Blackfish," has killed three humans and remains, relatively speaking, free — he's an ongoing attraction at SeaWorld Orlando, making the big splash that gets everybody wet. Anyone who has...
  • Four sailors charged with dereliction of duty in Super Pond deaths

    Four sailors charged with dereliction of duty in Super Pond deaths
    After months of investigation, military authorities charged four sailors Wednesday in the deaths of two Navy divers at the "Super Pond" at Aberdeen Proving Ground. Chief Warrant Officer 3rd Class Jason M. Bennett, Senior Chief Navy Diver James C. Burger,...
  • West, Texas, fertilizer plant that exploded cited over safety

    WASHINGTON — Federal authorities have cited the operator of the West, Texas, fertilizer plant that exploded in April for 24 safety violations including the unsafe handling and storage of chemicals, and have  proposed $118,300 in penalties. In...
  • Walmart settles workplace safety probe

    Walmart will pay a $190,000 fine and improve employee safety in nearly 3,000 stores, including several in the Lehigh Valley area, to settle federal allegations of unsafe working conditions. The settlement, announced Aug. 7, stems from inspections by the...