Monthly Archives: November 2015


EPA and DOJ Settle with Gasoline Refiner to Reduce Emissions at Utah Facility

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Department of Justice today announced a settlement with HollyFrontier Corporation subsidiaries (HollyFrontier Refining & Marketing LLC, Frontier El Dorado Refining, LLC, Holly Refining & Marketing Company-Woods Cross, LLC, and Navajo Refining Company, LLC) that resolves alleged Clean Air Act violations Read the full article…

Utah Facility

OSHA Video Focuses on Temporary Worker Safety

WASHINGTON – Both host employers and staffing firms are responsible for protecting temporary workers, OSHA administrator David Michaels stresses in a recently released video. Temporary employees frequently change worksites numerous times a year, putting them at greater risk for injury. These workers often are inadequately trained to identify hazards and Read the full article…


OSHA Seeks Public Comment on Proposed Updated Safety Guidelines

WASHINGTON – The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is seeking public comment on an updated version of its Safety and Health Program Management Guidelines (OSHA-2015-0018). First published in 1989, the guidelines are intended to help employers establish safety and health plans at their workplaces. Key principles include finding and Read the full article…

OSHA Fines

OSHA and Red Cross Renew Alliance to Protect Workers, Volunteers

WASHINGTON – The Occupational Safety and Health Administration and the American Red Cross have renewed their alliance to continue efforts to reduce workplace incidents and protect workers from hazardous exposures. During this five-year alliance, OSHA and the Red Cross will focus on providing workers and employers with information and training resources Read the full article…

OSHA and Red Cross