Here’s another example of what happens when a railroad tries to blame an injured worker instead of taking responsibility for the workplace culture that caused the injury in the first place. Declaring “An employer does not have the right to retaliate against its employees who report work-related injuries,” OSHA’s Whistleblower Office ordered two Illinois railroads

Every railroad will tell you its goal is "to provide safe trains that arrive on time." But when safety falls short of the slogan, often it is passengers who pay the price. The latest example comes from New Jersey Transit, where a passenger was dragged to death when train doors malfunctioned. But the law

The opportunities for railroad supervisors to harass injured workers just keeps getting smaller and smaller. The Federal Railroad Administration has now put a stop to the practice of railroad supervisors accompanying injured employees into medical exam rooms. The FRA issued a Notice of Interpretation declaring it to be a violation of federal regulations for a

Our hearts go out to the family and friends of Metro-North Railroad worker Kevin McGrath, whose life came to an end on the tracks just west of Rye Station while he was on duty January 9th. Just as every human life is unique, each fatal railroad accident like this is uniquely tragic. 

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