For decades, miners have called for limits on highly toxic silica dust, which they're exposed to while mining. An investigation shows its impact and the weakness of proposed rules to protect them.
Officials say a construction worker has died after falling from a building at the site of Hyundai's electric vehicle plant in Georgia.
Federal workplace safety authorities have fined a central Pennsylvania confectionary factory more than $14,500 following an accident last year in which two workers fell into a vat of chocolate.
The U.S. agency that's supposed to protect workers' health has all but given up on setting limits on a dangerous chemical released in tire manufacturing. Meanwhile, workers are dying.
Workplaces with vaccine mandates are seeing vaccination rates of 90% or higher. A complex mix of factors, including job security, is driving most workers to get the shots.
With COVID-19 vaccine mandates taking effect around the country, requests for religious exemptions are on the rise. Under federal law, employers have a lot of discretion in granting the requests.
Across Georgia, hospitals are raising the alarm on a startling increase in violent outbursts by patients against their staff.
New York Attorney General Letitia James says Amazon refused to obey coronavirus guidelines that would protect its warehouse employees from infection.