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Student CDE BCT 480 Id: ###### July 8, 2009. Construction Safety Hazard Recognition Site Report. Non Compliance: Portable Ladder Use. This employee is working with a portable ladder in non-compliance with multiple OSHA regulations.

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Student cde bct 480 id july 8 2009

Student CDE

BCT 480

Id: ######

July 8, 2009

Construction SafetyHazard Recognition Site Report


Non compliance portable ladder use

Non Compliance: Portable Ladder Use

  • This employee is working with a portable ladder in non-compliance with multiple OSHA regulations.

  • The first non-compliance issue is the fact that the ladder does not extend the required 3 feet above the upper landing surface, which is in clear violation of CFR1926.1053(b)(1).

Employee on Ladder

Photo Taken By Student


Non compliance portable ladder use continued

Non Compliance: Portable Ladder Use Continued

  • In addition to the previous hazard the employee on the ladder was not wearing proper PPE.

  • He is not wearing approved eye protection while on his way to use a nail gun, which is in non-compliance with 29CFR 1926.102(a)(1).

  • While the employee was not yet on the steep pitch roof, he was climbing onto it without the use of fall protection. This act is in non-compliance with 29CFR1926.501(b)(11), which states that fall protection must be used on roofs higher than 6 feet with a pitch greater than 4 inches of rise per 12 inches of run.


Non compliance scaffolding

Non-Compliance: Scaffolding

  • This scaffolding has been erected using components made by two separate manufacturers, and the two models do not lock together correctly, which is affecting the overall structural integrity.

  • This is in violation of 29CFR1926.451(b)(10), based on the fact that the structural integrity is being affected by mixing the components.

Different Manufacturers and Scaffolding Braces Omitted

Photo Taken By Student


Non compliance scaffolding continued

Non-Compliance: Scaffolding Continued

  • In addition to the mixed components, the 2 cross braces on the structure side of the scaffolding have been omitted.

  • This is in clear violation of 29CFR1926.452(c)(2), which states that when fabricated frame scaffolding is used, “all bracing connections shall be secured.”


Non compliance general duty clause violation

Non Compliance: General Duty Clause Violation

  • This image depicts a toe-board that a roofer had been using which was left on the jobsite with a framing nail sticking up out of it.

  • This is a clear violation of the general duty based on the fact that it presents a hazard to the safety of employees on the jobsite, but does not fit neatly into any particular CFR.

Exposed Nail Sticking up in Toe-Board

Photo Taken By: Student


Compliance reinforcing steel

Compliance: Reinforcing Steel

  • This is a good example of adherence to 29CFR1926.701(b).

  • Safety caps have been placed on the exposed reinforcing steel in the footings to reduce the probability of impalement in the event of a fall.

  • This is a small step that could easily prevent a lost time accident or death.

Safety Caps on Exposed Reinforcing Steel

Photo Taken By: Student


Compliance gas welding and cutting

Compliance: Gas Welding and Cutting

  • This image shows an oxy-acetylene torch setup that is in full compliance with 29CFR1926.350.

  • One item that can be clearly distinguished in the image is the fact that the gas welding and cutting setup has clearly color coded fuel and oxygen hoses, which is in compliance with 29CFR1926.350(f)(1).

Oxy-Acetylene Gas Cylinders

Photo Taken By: Student


Compliance gas welding and cutting continued

Compliance: Gas Welding and Cutting Continued

  • One other notable item is the fact that the oxygen cylinder is properly secured to the cart, which is in full compliance with 29CFR1926.350(a)(7).


Works cited

Works Cited

  • All of the photos provided were taken by Student (Name given).

  • (2009). 29 CFR 1926 OSHA: Construction Industry Regulations. Davenport, Iowa: Mangan Communications Inc.


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