U.S. regulators on Thursday took DuPont to task for a massive gas leak last year that killed four workers at a plant in Texas, placing the chemical company in its “severe violator enforcement program” and saying the accident shows it has a “failed safety program.”
The tragedy of the death of a construction worker hit and killed outside Argyle High School Tuesday morning is taking a tremendous toll on one family. A Medical Examiner has verified that the father of the victim was behind the wheel of the flatbed big rig that hit and killed his son.
Federal investigators with OSHA are looking into the cause of a deadly construction collapse at Argyle High School.
When a building collapses and there’s loss of life or property, the I-Team looks through federal, state and even county information to build a history for each company involved.
Constructors workers at Argyle High School frantically called 911 after a building under construction suddenly collapsed onto them.
A federal workplace safety agency will investigate the death of a male employee at a Lowe’s Home Improvement store in Texas who died after a stack of lumber fell on him.
Lawyers representing the families of men killed last week in a fire at Thanksgiving Tower are now launching an independent investigation into the deadly accident.
SeaWorld Entertainment has dropped an appeal of citations it received after the drowning of a trainer who was pulled under by a killer whale.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has ordered Fort Worth-based BNSF Railway to reinstate workers in Montana and Wyoming, with back pay, after an agency investigation determined the employees were illegally fired after reporting they suffered a back injury at work.
Three times in the last two months, chemical trucks operated by Waxahachie-based Magnablend have been involved in hazardous material spills that have required state intervention.
Federal officials have cited a Dallas-area contractor with six serious safety violations after a tower crane collapse on the University of Texas at Dallas campus killed two workers.
Oil giant BP has agreed to pay $13 million to settle charges of failing to fix safety violations at its Texas City oil refinery after a 2005 explosion killed 15 workers.