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News & Alerts Date
Investigations found that servers were paid $1.15 per hour for 72 hours of work each week
11/27/14
Exceed 2013 statistics
11/27/14
Employers must keep and maintain injury and illness records for the entire 5-year storage period
11/27/14
Rollover benefits would not be affected by maximum guarantee limits
11/26/14
Expect to see final rules for underground storage tanks, definition of ‘Waters of the U.S.’ in 2015
11/26/14
Believes current methodology is not an accurate indicator of an individual carrier’s future crash risk
11/26/14
Investigation revealed misclassification, overtime and minimum wage violations
11/25/14
Seeking relief from 30-minute rest break provision
11/25/14
Release of 2013 Occupation Injuries and Illnesses report scheduled for December 4
11/25/14
Grocery wholesaler allegedly tolerated harassment
11/24/14
Comparable transportation statistics between U.S., Mexico, and Canada
11/24/14
Falls from ladders are a leading cause of fall injury and death in all industries
11/24/14
Nominee has history of working well with state partners
11/21/14
Employees were paid less than the San Francisco minimum wage requirement
11/21/14
Motor-vehicle crashes are the leading cause of work-related deaths for Law Enforcement Officers
11/21/14
Anticipated publication date of September 30, 2015
11/20/14
Agency plans to examine accident site, interview witnesses, review documentation
11/20/14
The cutoff date has been changed to December 5, 2014
11/20/14
Rule could be published as soon as February 2015
11/19/14
Agency estimates multiemployer program faces more than a 50 percent chance of insolvency by 2022
11/19/14
Examining cost versus benefits of the technology
11/19/14
Most industrial stormwater discharges are covered under “general permits”
11/18/14
Employer allegedly shunned blacks, women for jobs, fired women for opposing discrimination
11/18/14
Notice also included information on annual DAMIS report
11/18/14
Agency says it may use enforcement discretion
11/17/14
2014 cost increased 4.4 percent after plan design changes; expected to rise 5.5 percent in 2015
11/17/14
Claims CARB is overstepping authority
11/17/14
Final report recommends process safety rule enhancements
11/14/14
Claims CARB is overstepping authority
11/14/14
Job applicants were allegedly subjected to illegal medical exams, genetic information inquiries
11/14/14
Relaxed enforcement policy runs through end of 2014
11/13/14
Company-sponsored charity events also a popular way to spread holiday cheer
11/13/14
MAP-21 hits two-year milestone
11/13/14
Study will focus on EPA’s and states’ use of exiting authority
11/12/14
Teamwork and discipline top the list of skills veterans bring to the table
11/12/14
Materials available for both drivers and carriers
11/12/14
Potential small business impacts
11/11/14
Changes order further reporting for multi-employer plan years starting after December 31, 2013
11/11/14
One of multiple attempts to create a new company
11/11/14
Will ask questions of both freight and passenger-carrying CDL drivers
11/10/14
FAQs cover issues related to reimbursement arrangements, group market reform
11/10/14
“Confined spaces are unforgiving”
11/10/14
Election results prompt changes to state and city employment law posters
11/07/14
Evaluation process may include on-site visits
11/07/14
Asking for exemption from 12-hour requirement
11/07/14
SHRM survey also shows 42% expect to add jobs in second half of year
11/06/14
Agenda includes communications tower initiative, quantitative fit testing protocol
11/06/14
Meeting in advance of UN session
11/06/14
Time frame of enforcement delay is unknown
11/05/14
Comment until December 1st on EPA plans to address greenhouse gas emissions
11/05/14
Follow-up study to earlier survey of professional drivers on same topic
11/05/14
Recall expected to begin mid-November
11/04/14
Safety bulletin presents lessons learned on preventing classroom lab accidents
11/04/14
Agency sues for providing financial incentives to those who undergo biometric tests, smoking cessation
11/04/14
Drivers need to account for extra hour on log
11/03/14
Women workers were treated unfairly by construction contractor, federal agency charged
11/03/14
OSHA believes health care workers need more protection
11/03/14