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OSHA Most Frequently Cited Serious Violations. General Industry - FY 2012. OSHA Federal Standards October 1, 2011 – September 30, 2012. Most Frequently Cited Serious Violations in General Industry . Hazard communication – Written program. Z. Machine guards - General. O.

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osha most frequently cited serious violations

OSHA Most Frequently Cited Serious Violations

General Industry - FY 2012

OSHA Federal Standards

October 1, 2011 – September 30, 2012

most frequently cited serious violations in general industry
Most Frequently Cited Serious Violations in General Industry

Hazard communication – Written program

Z

Machine guards - General

O

Hazard communication – Information & training

Z

Respirators – Written program

I

Walking/working surfaces

D

Respirators – Medical evaluations

I

Powered industrial trucks – Operator competency

N

Lockout/tagout- Procedures

J

Grinders – Tongue guards

O

Electrical – Proper installation & use of equipment

S

subpart d walking working surfaces 1910 21 30
Subpart DWalking/Working Surfaces (1910.21 – 30)

Open-sidedfloors

Housekeeping

Posted Floor – Load rating

Wet floors

Construction, care, and use of portable wood ladders

subpart e exit routes emergency action plans and fire prevention routes 1910 33 39
Subpart EExit Routes, Emergency Action Plans, and Fire Prevention Routes (1910.33 – 39)

Exit routes free & unobstructed

Exit marking

“Not an Exit” signs

Exit route signs

Exit route unlocked

subpart f powered platforms 1910 66 68
Subpart FPowered Platforms (1910.66 – 68)

Body belt & lanyard when working from aerial lift

Trained operators for aerial lift

Secure work position for employees in aerial lift

Controls in safe working condition

Manlift inspections

slide6

Subpart GOccupational Health (1910.94 – 98)

6

Hearing conservation program

Monitoring program

Audiometric testing program

Training program

Annual audiogram

slide7

Subpart HHazardous Materials (1910.101 – 126)

Compressed gases – handling, storage & use

Class I liquids – Dispensing

Spray areas – Approved wiring/equipment

Spray areas – Cleaning

Spray booth – Air velocity

slide8

Subpart IPersonal Protective Equipment

(1910.132 – 139)

Respirators – Written program

Respirators – Medical evaluation

PPE – Hazard assessment

PPE – Provided, used, and maintained in sanitary

and reliable condition

PPE – Certification of hazard assessment

slide9

Subpart JGeneral Environment Controls (1910.141 – 147)

Lockout/tagout – Procedures

Lockout/tagout – Program

Lockout/tagout – Periodic inspections

Lockout/tagout – General training

Lockout/tagout – Energy isolation devices affixed

slide10

Subpart KMedical & First Aid (1910.151 –152)

Eye & body flushing facilities

First Aid training/supplies

Medical personal advice/consultation

slide11

Subpart LFire Protection (1910.155 – 165)

Extinguishers – Provided & accessible

Extinguishers – Annual maintenance checks

Extinguishers – Training program

Extinguishers – Initial & annual training

Extinguishers – Visual monthly inspections

slide12

Subpart MCompressed Gas & Air Equipment

(1910.166 – 169)

Pressure gauge with spring loaded safety valve

Safety valves tests

Safety valve compliance with A.S.M.E Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code, Section VIII, Edition 1968

Safety valves readily rendered inoperable

No valve between air receiver and safety valve

slide13

Subpart NMaterials Handling & Storage (1910.176 – 184)

Powered industrial trucks – Competency training

Powered industrial trucks – Refresher training

Powered industrial trucks – Certification of training

Powered industrial trucks – Safe operating

condition

Powered industrial trucks – Examination for defects

slide14

Subpart OMachinery & Machine Guarding (1910.211 – 219)

Machine guards – General

Grinders – Tongue guards

Machine guards – Point of operation

Grinders – Work rests

Power transmission apparatus – Pulleys

slide15

Subpart PHand & Portable Powered Tools (1910.241 – 244)

Compressed air for cleaning

Vertical portable grinders – Guards

Condition of tools and equipment

Portable abrasive wheels – Guards

Jack load rating

slide16

Subpart QWelding, Cutting & Brazing (1910.251 – 255)

Oxygen cylinder storage – Separation

Cylinder storage, inside of buildings

Arc welding protection

Oxygen cylinder storage – Near combustibles

Damaged cables replaced/repaired

slide17

Subpart RSpecial Industries (1910.261 – 272)

Grain handling – Housekeeping

Grain handling –Hazardous atmospheres

Grain handling – Rescue operations

Grain handling – Locked out

Grain handling – Bins entry permits

slide18

Subpart SElectrical (1910.301 – 399)

Proper installation and use of equipment

Flexible cord strain relief

Grounding permanent and effective

Flexible cords used as fixed wiring

Pull/junction box covers

slide19

Subpart ZToxic & Hazardous Substances

(1910.1000 – 1450)

Written program

Information and training

SDS’s for each chemical

SDS’s readily accessible

Labeling (old standard)

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