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Month: March 2014

OSHA Fines DISH for Workplace Violations

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has fined DISH Network because it blacklisted an employee who reported fraudulent billing. Even though the employee was trying to save the company money, he was blacklisted after reporting that a vendor was...

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Most Alcohol-Related Car Accidents in Suffolk County

A New York City television station's investigative team found that there were more alcohol-related crashes in Long Island's Suffolk County than in any other county in New York State. Channel 4's I-Team examined records of car accidents from the New York State...

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Gas Industry Must Confront Pipeline Safety Issues

The recent gas explosion that brought down two buildings in East Harlem highlights problems with the safety of the pipes that transport natural gas - a growing source of fuel throughout the United States. Even as the use of natural gas becomes even more widespread...

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Workplace Safety For Women

The proportion of women in the US workforce is as high as it has ever been and is now equals the number of men. Not only are more women working, but they also have an increased choice of jobs, including those traditionally done by men, such as construction and law...

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James Romansoff Killed as Metro-North Safety System Fails

James Romansoff, 58, of Yonkers was killed while working on the elevated Metro-North tracks on Park Avenue near 106th Street in Manhattan. The lawyers from Block O'Toole & Murphy covered this tragedy yesterday with a promise to follow-up as the investigation...

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