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From Garage Production to Global Exporter
Since it’s founding over 35 years ago in a Maryland garage, Patton Electronics has grown to be an international player in the design and manufacture of communication and network connectivity hardware for a wide range of applications. Watch Now!
Oct 7th, 2021
Compensation Ordered for UPS Driver
OSHA said UPS violated the Surface Transporation Assistance Act when managers retaliated against an employee who refused to drive a vehicle that didn't have an electronic logging device.
Nov 25th, 2019
OSHA Fines NJ Fencing Company $370K
The violations cover lockout/tagout procedures, machine guards, proper warehouse lighting, an obstructed loading dock and blocked electrical disconnects.
Oct 23rd, 2019
OSHA Implements New Weighting System for Inspections
The new system will incorporate additional factors into inspections rather than simply on a time-weighted basis.
Oct 1st, 2019
Department of Labor Announces New NACOSH Members
The U.S. Department of Labor has selected 12 members to serve on the National Advisory Committee on Occupational Safety and Health.
Sep 27th, 2019
Pipefitter Suffers Fatal Burns
As he detached a nine-foot segment of this line, 190-proof ethanol spilled onto him, flowed through the grated flooring, and ignited on the floor due to nearby welding operations.
Nov 8th, 2016
OSHA to Focus on Manufacturing Amputations
Of the 2,600+ amputations nationwide, 57 percent of them were suffered by manufacturing workers.
Nov 8th, 2016
Mfg. Facing Half-Million Dollar Fines
Injuries included a 22-year-old employee who suffered the partial amputation of two fingers on his first day of work.
Nov 2nd, 2016
OSHA Cites Smucker After Amputation
The employee was cleaning a valve body when it fell into the valve housing amputating the tip of his finger.
Oct 27th, 2016
OSHA Cites Sawmill Over Worker's Death
"Had Hankins Lumber met its responsibilities to protect its workers, Charlie Cummins would not have died needlessly," said Eugene Stewart, OSHA's area director in the Jackson Office.
Oct 24th, 2016
IL Worker Deaths Up 28 Percent
The state is averaging one workplace death per week so far in 2016.
Oct 6th, 2016
Fines Proposed After Chemical Burns
Even after a worker suffered third-degree chemical burns from a fall into an acid-etching tank, the company still allowed employees to climb atop tanks without the proper fall protection equipment.
Oct 4th, 2016