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Good Jobs First has overhauled its website, and as a result many of the old links are no longer working. You can try to find the page you are looking for by checking our site map at www.goodjobsfirst.org/site-map or our new home page at www.goodjobsfirst.org. Or if you were attempting to do a search on Violation Tracker, you can use the search form below.



coming October 27

Discover Which Corporations are the Biggest Violators of Environmental, Health and Safety Laws Throughout the United States

Violation Tracker is the first national search engine on corporate misconduct. Version 1.0 covers environmental, health and safety cases initiated by 13 federal regulatory agencies since 2010, as well as cases referred by those agencies to the Justice Department. Other categories of violations (banking, antitrust, wage & hour, etc.) will be added later. Violation Tracker is produced by the Corporate Research Project of Good Jobs First.

BP and Its Brethren (a report analyzing the largest violators)
Data Sources
User Guide

Send questions or comments to Philip Mattera, head of the Corporate Research Project and research director of Good Jobs First.

The Violation Tracker site was built with the help of Rich Puchalsky of Grassroots Connection.

 


Option 1: View Summaries

    Top 100 Parents

    Top Industries
    Top Offense Types
    Top Agencies
    Top HQ States / Countries



Option 2: Search by Company Name and/or Other Variables

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If you choose a state from the list above, the city dropdown below will appear populated with a list of entries specific to that state. Note that many entries lack city or state information because it was not included in agency records.