Ferrara Candy Faces $485,000 Fine From OSHA After Employees Hurt In Two Workplace AccidentsOne employee lost a fingertip after coming into contact with an unguarded rotary valve in January, and another got caught in a machine in March.
After Chicago Worker Dies Of COVID-19, Others Fear The Worst; 'No One Should Be In That Building'"They don't care about me enough to protect me. And what's going to happen to my kids? I signed on to raise these kids and if I pass, what's going to happen to them?"
Rescue And Recovery Efforts Underway At Grain Bin In Grant Park, IllinoisThe incident took place just before 11:30 a.m. Wednesday.
Geneva Plant Worker Hospitalized After Trapped In Conveyor BeltThe female employee was unconscious and trapped in a conveyor belt assembly. And maintenance staff had to pull the machine apart to get her out.
After Man Dies In Steel Company Machine, The Firm's Safety Record Is ExaminedThe Schaumburg facility specifically had been cited in 2017 after a worker lost three fingers to a circular saw machine. The company was issued six violations totaling more than $65,000 for hazardous energy and machine safety requirements.
Chicago-Area Contractor Cited For Fall, Scaffolding HazardsThe Labor Department says OSHA has cited Polo Masonry Builders for fall protection violations 13 times since 2010.
Firm Cited After Worker Killed During First Day On Job In MoneeA mobile medical tractor manufacturer has been cited by federal workplace safety authorities more than three months after a worker was killed during his first day on the job in south suburban Monee.
OSHA Investigating Fatal Industrial Accident In Park ForestMilos Grujic, who was employed as a delivery driver by Delta Currier Group in Alsip, was killed when a load from a powered industrial truck became unstable and struck him, according to OSHA and the Cook County medical examiner’s office.
OSHA Demands Changes To Workplace Conditions At Lincoln Park Postal Facility The federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration is proposing fines and demanding changes at the Postal Service’s Lincoln Park office.
Only Swan To Blame For Man's Drowning, Investigation FindsA federal safety agency has concluded that no one but a swan was to blame for the death of a Villa Park man last spring.
Business Owner Claims He Was Misled About Contract For Work-Safety SeminarsA 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.
Environmental Cleanup Company Accused Of Endangering EmployeesA Will County company that specializes in environmental cleanup is accused of endangering its employees.
Probe Launched At Recycling Plant After Worker's DeathWorkplace safety officials are investigating a west suburban recycling facility where an employee died Monday in a forklift accident.
Hospital Accident Under InvestigationThe U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration is investigating what caused last Wednesday's accident at Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital in Downers Grove.
Meat Processing Plant Hit With Safety CitationsThe owners of a Chicago meat processing plant are being fined more than $200,000, after the plant was slapped with 10 safety citations.