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Anthony Hensley and his wife, Amy. (Credit: Facebook)

Only Swan To Blame For Man’s Drowning, Investigation Finds

A federal safety agency has concluded that no one but a swan was to blame for the death of a Villa Park man last spring.

11/28/2012

Businessman Peter Papageorge says he felt pressured to sign a contract for work-safety seminars. (CBS)

Business Owner Claims He Was Misled About Contract For Work-Safety Seminars

A Chicago business owner claims he felt pressured into signing up for a service, and now he’s being sued for more than $17,000 to fulfill a contract. CBS 2’s Suzanne Le Mignot reports.

11/28/2011

Occupational Health & Safety Administration

Environmental Cleanup Company Accused Of Endangering Employees

A Will County company that specializes in environmental cleanup is accused of endangering its employees.

CBS Chicago–10/05/2011

File Photo Of Ambulance (AP Photo)

Probe Launched At Recycling Plant After Worker’s Death

Workplace safety officials are investigating a west suburban recycling facility where an employee died Monday in a forklift accident.

03/16/2011

Downers Grove Ambulance

Hospital Accident Under Investigation

The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration is investigating what caused last Wednesday’s accident at Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital in Downers Grove.

CBS Chicago–01/24/2011

Meat

Meat Processing Plant Hit With Safety Citations

The owners of a Chicago meat processing plant are being fined more than $200,000, after the plant was slapped with 10 safety citations.

CBS Chicago–01/17/2011