A Bristol plant that burns garbage to produce energy is facing more than $90,000 in proposed fines for violations of workplace health standards.
Metro North has been ordered to pay what’s believed to be the largest punitive damages ever in a retaliation cased under the Federal Railroad Safety Act.
Federal health and safety officials have fined Stamford about $2,700 for asbestos and water contamination at the city’s police headquarters.
(Hartford, Conn./CBS Connecticut) – A Manchester-based company has been hit with over two dozen workplace violations and violations of health standards by OSHA. Rockville Construction LLC has also been fined over $107,000 for inadequate safeguards […]
(Hartford, Conn./CBS Connecticut) – A plastics company based in Putnam has been cited by OSHA for over two dozen health and safety violations. The inspection found that employees at Superior Plastics Extrusion, Co. Inc were […]
A worker is hospitalized after a retaining wall gave way at a construction site at 1 Research Parkway in Meriden Wednesday afternoon. Shortly after 3 pm the wall came down as a crew was digging […]
The Mashantucket Pequot Tribe has paid an $11,600 fine and made safety changes at its Lake of Isles golf course after a lightning strike in June injured 15 workers.
Federal safety regulators say an investigation into a Yale University machine-shop accident that killed a student found the equipment lacked required safeguards.
Federal workplace safety officials have ordered the Metro-North Commuter Railroad to pay $125,000 in punitive damages to a worker who was injured on the job in Connecticut.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s visit to a Newington company came on the same day federal authorities announced that the firm is being cited with 17 alleged safety violations.