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Wyoming OSHA seeks $700K in Penalties vs. Sinclair

Wyoming workplace safety regulators are seeking more than $700,000 in fines against Sinclair Oil for 22 alleged safety violations at the company's refinery in south-central Wyoming.

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Anthony Pollreisz, K2 Radio
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Phone Scammers Target Wyoming Business Owners

The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services says business owners in Wyoming are being targeted by scammers claiming to be affiliated with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.

Hailey Douglass, an information officer with the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services, says the group, which identifies itself as “U

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Sinclair Refinery (Courtesy of k2 radio-Casper)
Sinclair Refinery (Courtesy of k2 radio-Casper)
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Wyoming OSHA Fines Sinclair Oil for Safety Violations

The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited Salt Lake City-based Sinclair Oil for 11 violations at its Sinclair Refinery in Sinclair, Wyoming.

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Wyoming Hires 7 Workplace Safety Employees

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming has hired seven employees to do workplace safety checks with new funding from state lawmakers.

The director of the Department of Workforce Services, Joan Evans, told the Associated Press that the new employees will work under the state branch of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration or OSHA

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Time For A WYO “Safety First” Campaign

A call to clock-in for “safety first.” The Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association is pushing for more focus on safety in workplaces in light of an annual report about worker fatalities and injuries. It shows the Cowboy State persistently ranks among the highest. W-T-L-A president Bryan Ulmer says one employee safety improvement would be to change the way the state responds to incidents. Right now, he says major investigations only happen after an injury or death.

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