occupational safety and health administration

Dallas Worker Given Drug Test As He Lay Dying, Widow Claims

Dallas Worker Given Drug Test As He Lay Dying, Widow Claims

Benino Perez was planning on retiring in two weeks from the job at Texas Industries he'd held for 38 years. But then he fell, hit his head and died. Now his widow is suing for $15 million, claiming her late husband was left unconscious on the ground for two hours before an ambulance was called, and in that... Read More »

Despite Amazon's Rosy Reputation, Workers Allege Host Of Abuses At Warehouses

Despite Amazon's Rosy Reputation, Workers Allege Host Of Abuses At Warehouses

The maltreatment of workers at factories in China has recently put much focus on electronic-gadget maker Apple Inc. But it's another technology icon -- Amazon.com Inc., the massive Internet retailer that sells everything from books to shoes to cleaning products -- that is drawing scrutiny for the way it treats... Read More »

Amazon's Warehouse Workers Pass Out From Excessive Heat

Amazon's Warehouse Workers Pass Out From Excessive Heat

It's like the Amazon in there. An investigation conducted by The Morning Call newspaper with 20 employees of an Amazon.com warehouse in Lehigh Valley, Penn., uncovered subpar working conditions. Among the key revelations uncovered by the investigation were building temperatures exceeding 100 degrees... Read More »

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