Workers Across North Texas Concerned Some Employers Not Doing Enough To Prevent Spread Of CoronavirusA local law professor says employees should address concerns with their bosses. If that doesn't work, file a complaint with OSHA.
Agency Fines Company $26K For Fatal Dallas Crane CollapseA federal agency has levied a fine of about $26,000 against the company that owns the crane that crashed through an apartment building near downtown Dallas this summer.
Rain Slows Investigation Into Deadly Construction CollapseOne person died when a townhouse under construction collapsed on Monday.
2 Workers Die In Scaffolding Collapse Near Disney WorldTwo construction workers fell to their deaths when scaffolding collapsed above the sixth floor of a hotel under construction near Disney World.
EPA Chemical Review Would Exclude Millions Of Tons Of ToxinsSpurred by the chemical industry, President Donald Trump's administration is retreating from a congressionally mandated review of some of the most dangerous chemicals in public use.
Officials Monitoring Chemical Plant After Explosion, FireAt least 2 tons of highly unstable chemicals used in such products as plastics and paint exploded and burned at a flood-crippled plant near Houston, sending up a plume of acrid black smoke that stung the eyes and lungs.
Construction Worker Killed In Worksite AccidentA construction worker has died after a worksite accident in northeast Fort Worth. The accident happened during morning rush hour at a commercial construction site near Berkshire Lake Boulevard.
OSHA: Riding Mowers Overturn On Slopes, Kill 3 In 1 Month In the past month, three landscape company employees have died in Texas, Louisiana and Arkansas when riding mowers or tractors overturned into water or a stream bed.
Texas Lowe's Employee Killed When Rack Of Wood FallsA 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.
Massive Explosion & Chemical Fire At Garland PlantAn explosion and subsequent massive fire at a chemical plant in Garland sent workers scrambling and businesses nearby into a panic.
Company's Safety Record Questioned In Garland FireJust hours after a fire broke out at a Garland chemical plant, federal and state investigators started looking to see if there were any violations at the facility that contributed to the explosion and fire.
Feds Investigate Fatal UT Dallas Crane CollapseFifty-year-old Terry Weaver, of Grand Saline, labored five days a week as an ironworker, then spent his weekends working on cranes.
Carrollton Company Cited For Safety & Health HazardsThe Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has cited a Carrollton company for 15 safety and health violations -- two considered willful and 13 others deemed serious.
Pipe Accident In Allen Ends A Father’s DreamEarl Sipp of Mississippi was about to pass on the family trucking business to his son, Aaron.