Missouri Roofing Company Cited in Heat Death of WorkerA spokesman says the company's working with OSHA in the investigation.
Federal Government Investigates Two Work-Related Deaths in MissouriA tree trimmer was killed by a falling limb and a construction worker suffered a heat stroke.
OSHA Proposes $105K Penalty After Missouri Worker's DeathOSHA said in a release Thursday it found Stahl didn't use certain machine safety procedures to prevent the February accident.
OSHA: Heat Blamed in Landscaper's Death in MissouriOSHA says the worker's core body temperature exceeded 108 degrees, and he died the next day at a hospital.
OSHA: Heat Blamed in Landscaper's Death in Poplar BluffOSHA says the worker's core body temperature exceeded 108 degrees.
Missouri Food Facility Fined $140K in Finger Amputation AccidentsOSHA cited the company for two repeated, eight serious and three other-than-serious safety violations.
Midwest Grain & Barge Faces Penalty in OSHA ViolationsOSHA has proposed a $42,000 financial penalty against Midwest Grain & Barge and ordered them to fix the violations.
St. Louis Co. Charged with OSHA Violation that Caused Worker's DeathAccording to U.S. District Court out of Kansas City, 22-year-old Eric Roach fell 30 feet while loading roofing materials on the top of a building. He was not using fall protection equipment.
St. Louis Company Fined 52K for Workplace HazardsA St. Louis steel fabricator has been fined more than $50,000 by a federal agency for 15 workplace safety violations.
Safety Violations Found in Factory Worker's ElectrocutionFederal regulators want to fine a St. Louis steel manufacturer nearly $52,000 after finding more than two dozen safety violations in an investigation spurred by a worker's electrocution.
Companies Face Fines Over Bridge Worker's DeathAndy Gammon of Park Hills, Mo., died during construction of a new Mississippi River bridge.
OSHA Fines Company in Wake of Plant ExplosionThe agency says the fine stems from six safety violations at Gilster-Mary Lee Corp.'s plant in Steeleville.