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FLASH: Trio of Willfuls in BART Fatalites Cal/OSHA seeks more than $200K in October deaths along the tracks in the East Bay. Read more here ... More...
FLASH: Refinery Task Force's Six Reforms Changes are coming to refinery safety and the governor's Working Group says they should be made “immediately.” Here are the six changes the group says need to be made. Read more here ... More...

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Citations in Levi’s Stadium Fatality A truck driver dies at a high-profile stadium project. Another dies in obscurity at while helping cut down a tree. In both cases, Cal/OSHA says the employers made serious mistakes. Here's what DOSH says went wrong. Read more here ... More...
3 Falls, 4 Fatalities This Week Falls continue to be a leading source of workplace fatalities. Fall Safety is one key to preventing deaths. Cal/OSHA is investigating three recent fall incidents. Plus, was electrocution to blame for the death of a security camera installer in Los Angeles? Read more here ... More...
Trash Collection, Excessive Loads, Crane Signal Rules Change July 1st After a worker dies while riding on a trash-collection bin, Cal/OSHA moves to close a regulatory loophole. Here's what this rulemaking action means for employers, when it takes effect and what actions you need to take. Read more here ... More...
And the Winners for Most Cited and Appealed Cal/OSHA Violations for 2013 Are … What standards are Cal/OSHA most likely to cite you under?  And which ones are you most likely to appeal? Read more here ... More...
“Safety Takes a Backseat” A laborer is killed while working as part of a crew to bring down a large tree. What does Cal/OSHA say the employer did wrong? Plenty. Here is the result of the agency's investigation Read more here ... More...