States with a high energy presence are at the top of the ‘worst’ list for workplace fatalities: North Dakota, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana and West Virginia.
Registration open for 2014 Wyoming Safety and Workforce Summit
— April 21, 2014
The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services and its partners will hold the second annual Wyoming Safety and Workforce Summit on June 25-26 at Little America Hotel and…
Hispanic workers in the U.S. oil and gas industry bear a disproportionate share of workplace injuries, as gaps in health insurance and language issues put the workforce in greater danger.
Thirty-one workers died on the job in Wyoming in 2012, slightly fewer than the average over a decade that made Wyoming one of the deadliest places to work in America.
Accidents have plagued Wyoming coal mines since territorial times, when mines lacked many of the safety features required in today’s mines.