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OSHA Most Frequently Cited Serious Violations. CONSTRUCTION – FY 2012. OSHA Federal Standards October 1, 2011 – September 30, 2012. Most Frequently Cited Serious Violations in Construction. 1926 Overall MFC. Fall Protection – Residential Construction. M.

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OSHA Most Frequently Cited SeriousViolations

CONSTRUCTION – FY 2012

OSHA Federal Standards

October 1, 2011 – September 30, 2012


Most Frequently Cited Serious Violations in Construction

1926 Overall MFC

Fall Protection – Residential Construction

M

Fall Protection – Unprotected Sides & Edges

M

Portable ladders not extended 3 feet above landing

X

Fall Protection – Training

M

Eye and Face Protection

E

Head Protection

E

Fall Protection – Roofing Work on Low-sloped Roofs

M

Scaffolds – Fall Protection

L

Aerial lifts – Fall Protection

L

Excavations – Cave-in Protection

P


Subpart CGeneral Safety & Health (1926.20 - 35)

Inspections by a competent person

Employee training programs

Initiate and maintain accident prevention programs

Housekeeping

Personal Protective Equipment – Employer responsibility


Subpart DOccupational Health & Environmental Controls (1926.50 - 66)

Lead exposure assessment

Emergency eyewash/shower

Lead – Representative personal sampling

First aid training

First aid supplies


Subpart EPersonal Protective & Life Saving Equipment (1926.95 - 107)

Eye and face protection

Head protection

PPE – Provided, used & maintained

Foot Protection

Required eye & face protection – ANSI requirements


Subpart FFire Protection & Prevention (1926.150 - 159)

Portable fire extinguishers inspected periodically and maintained

Fire extinguisher provided per 3000 sqftof building area

Extinguishers with 50ft of 5 Gallons of Flammable/Combustible Liquids

2A Fire extinguishers per each floor in Multistory buildings

Flammable/combustible liquids – Dispensing units protected


Subpart GSigns, Signals & Barricades (1926.200 - 203)

Traffic control signs/devices

Traffic signs at points of hazard

Flaggers - Signaling


Subpart HMaterials Handling, Storage, Use & Disposal (1926.250 - 252)

Exterior drop chutes

Rigging equipment inspection & removal from service

Welded alloy steel chain sling identification

Synthetic web slings – Removal from service

General rigging equipment identification


Subpart ITools: Hand & Power (1926.300 - 307)

Tools designed for guards – Guards in place

Woodworking tools – ANSI requirements

Guarding of rotating/moving parts

Guarding of portable circular saws

Guarding of rip saws


Subpart JWelding & Cutting (1926.350 -354)

Oxygen cylinder storage

Cylinders secured upright

Fire extinguishing equipment in area

Cables needing repair

Valve protection caps in-place and secured


Subpart KElectrical (1926.400 - 449)

Grounding path

Ground fault protection

Flexible cord strain relief

Worn/frayed cords and cables

Equipment installation and use


Subpart LScaffolds (1926.450 - 454)

Fall protection

Aerial lifts – Fall protection

Safe access

Full planking

Training for scaffold users


Subpart MFall Protection (1926.500 - 503)

Residential construction

Unprotected sides & edges

Fall hazard training

Roofing work on low-sloped roofs

Roofing work on steep roofs


Subpart NHelicopters, Hoists, Elevators, and Conveyors (1926.550 - 556)

Instructions posted on cars & platforms

Hoist car enclosure


Subpart OMotor Vehicles, Mechanized Equipment, & Marine Operations (1926.600 - 606)

Industrial Trucks ANSI B56.1-1969 requirements

Emergency eyewash/shower

Industrial truck operator training

Blocking/cribbing of suspended equipment

Safety platform secured to carriage or forks


Subpart PExcavations (1926.650 - 652)

Cave-in protection

Safe egress

Protection from falling/rolling materials and equipment

Competent person – Inspections

Competent Person – Inspection and employee removal


Subpart QConcrete & Masonry Construction(1926.700 - 706)

Reinforcing steel guarding

Lockout/tagoutof bulk cement storage facilities

Masonry wall bracing


Subpart RSteel Erection (1926.750 - 761)

Protection from fall hazards

Fall hazard training

Fall protection for connection

Structural stability during erection processes

Fall Protection equipment criteria


Subpart TDemolition (1926.850 - 860)

Engineering survey prior to demolition operations

Wall openings protected

Control of utilities prior to demolition operations

Not dropping materials outside exterior walls

Testing for hazardous materials prior to demolition operations


Subpart XLadders (1926.1050 - 1060)

Portable ladder – 3 feet above landing surface

Appropriate use

Training program

Using top step as a step

Stairway or ladder provided for 19 inch break in elevation


Subpart ZToxic & Hazardous Substances (1926.1100 - 1152)

Asbestos – Exposure assessment by a competent person

Asbestos – Training program

Asbestos – Class I, II, and III work in regulated area

Asbestos – Exposure monitoring

Asbestos – Employer provided protective clothing


Subpart CCCranes and Derricks in Construction (1926.1400 - 1442)

Equipment inspection every 12 months

Documentation of signaling qualification

Determination of equipment working radius

Hooks – Self-closing latches

Documentation of monthly inspections


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