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The rule change allows dangerous employers to hide workplace injuries, hindering efforts to identify and prevent such injuries.
There’s broad opposition to allowing 16- and 17-year-olds to operate powered patient lifts without adult assistance and supervision.
The USDA relied on a flawed analysis that downplayed the dangers posed to workers on hog processing lines.
DOL is once again hiding unfavorable data from the public.
It is truly sad to see DOL, the agency charged with promoting the welfare of the nation’s workers, proposing to(…)
Poultry workers already suffer staggeringly high rates of work-related injury and illnesses—rates 60 percent higher than the average worker.
DOL is ignoring evidence of the dangers for young workers operating power-driven patient lifting devices.
Like the president who nominated him, Kavanaugh will put corporate interests over workers and the public every time.
The poultry facilities’ request to operate at faster line speeds than allowable by law endangers both workers and consumers.