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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

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

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 DWalking/Working Surfaces (1910.21 – 30)

Open-sidedfloors

Housekeeping

Posted Floor – Load rating

Wet floors

Construction, care, and use of portable wood ladders


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 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


Subpart GOccupational Health (1910.94 – 98)

6

Hearing conservation program

Monitoring program

Audiometric testing program

Training program

Annual audiogram


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


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


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


Subpart KMedical & First Aid (1910.151 –152)

Eye & body flushing facilities

First Aid training/supplies

Medical personal advice/consultation


Subpart LFire Protection (1910.155 – 165)

Extinguishers – Provided & accessible

Extinguishers – Annual maintenance checks

Extinguishers – Training program

Extinguishers – Initial & annual training

Extinguishers – Visual monthly inspections


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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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