Regulations are in place to protect the safety and health of workers. However, the vast amount of regulations across industries and states often makes it difficult to stay informed and updated.

The AFL-CIO and the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics have released their findings regarding workers injury and illness. Take a look at what they found.

The 2024 TEE took place in Pittsburgh last month. Check out the highlights from the event here!

Join us in remembering those who lost their lives, were injured or made ill on the job.

Please review the user safety notice from 3M Scott about the C420 Powered Air-Purifying Respirator (PAPR) blowers.

Women have long been leaders in protecting worker health. Scientists, doctors, government officials & union activists all have a part to play in making workplaces safer.

Please review the User Notice from MSA Safety about the SMC 4501 and SMC 5100 series gas detectors.

Check out some helpful resources regarding hurricanes and flooding from the NIEHS.

To ensure the safety & health of workers, OSHA conducts inspections to identify hazards in the workplace. This post outlines the top 10 most frequently cited OSHA violations for 2022.

The 2023 TOP Conference will take place in conjunction with the USW HSE Conference.

Labor activists, especially union members who spend their days on workshop floors, are in many ways like environmentalists. They both conceive of their immediate environment as a complex web of interrelated energies that must be understood in fine detail. In the case of plant workers, health and safety teams spend a lot of time tracking the state of machinery, infrastructure and work procedures that might lead to adverse events like injury.