Occupational Safety And Health Administration
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has fined a Colorado company for an incident over the summer where a worker was stuck in a trench for two hours.
Federal workplace regulators have cited southwestern Colorado’s Wolf Creek Ski Area after an employee died during avalanche training held outside of the resort’s boundaries.
A man was killed in an industrial accident at a metal shredding plant in Denver Friday morning.
Federal regulators have proposed nearly $67,000 in fines for a Colorado bioenergy company, after an employee’s leg was caught by an auger system that unexpectedly began operating.
A construction worker has been killed on the job in Boulder.
CBS4 has learned the spill near the Suncor oil refinery may have started a year ago, not in late November as first reported.
A California specialty painting company pleaded guilty Monday to five counts of violating federal workplace safety rules that resulted in the deaths of five workers at a Colorado power plant in 2007.
A federal work-safety investigation is underway in the grisly drilling death of a construction worker near Aspen last week.
It was an emotional scene in Denver federal court Friday as a grain elevator company pleaded guilty to charges involving the death of a teenage boy.
Federal prosecutors have filed a criminal charge against Tempel Grain Elevators following the death of a 17-year-old worker who suffocated in a grain elevator in Haswell, Colo., in 2009.