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More than 40 people working for companies contracted by the city of Houston claim that they are owed $200,000 in back wages.

A Kansas-based janitorial services company purchased Tampa’s Revolent Solutions Group, expanding their reach throughout Florida.


OSHA is giving more time for employers to become familiar with the system created for electronic reporting, giving employers a two-week extension from the original date of compliance on Dec. 1 to Dec. 15.


OSHA has established a two-year alliance with the Robotic Industries Association and NIOSHA. The alliance is geared toward improving awareness of occupational hazards from both industrial robots and advancing robot technology.

Normal enforcement by OSHA has resumed in most of Florida and Georgia following the agency ceasing most programmed enforcement after Hurricane Irma.

Establishments with 250 or more employees must electronically submit information from OSHA Forms 300.

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