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Most Frequently Cited Serious Violations

Most Frequently Cited Serious Violations. OSHA Federal Standards October 1, 2013 – September 30, 2014. Most Frequently Cited Serious Violations in Construction 2014. Fall Protection – Residential Construction. M. Portable Ladders N ot Extended 3 feet Above Landing. X. 1926 Overall MFC.

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Most Frequently Cited Serious Violations

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  1. Most Frequently Cited Serious Violations OSHA Federal Standards October 1, 2013 – September 30, 2014

  2. Most Frequently Cited Serious Violations in Construction 2014 Fall Protection – Residential Construction M Portable Ladders Not Extended 3 feet Above Landing X 1926 Overall MFC Fall Protection – Unprotected Sides & Edges M Fall Protection – Training M 29 CFR 1926 Subparts Eye and Face Protection E Head Protection E Scaffolds – Fall Protection L Aerial lifts – Fall Protection L Safe Access L Fall Protection – Roofing Work on Low-sloped Roofs M

  3. General Safety & Health [1926.20 – 35] Inspections by a Competent Person SUBPART C Employee Training Programs Initiate and Maintain Accident Prevention Programs Housekeeping Personal Protective Equipment – Employer Responsibility

  4. Occupational Health & Environmental Controls [1926.50 – 66] Emergency Eyewash/Shower SUBPART D Lead – Change Areas Provided Prior to Exposure Assessment Lead – Protective Clothing & Equipment Provided Prior to Exposure Assessment Washing Facilities for Harmful Contaminants Lead – Employer Personal Full-shift Sampling

  5. Personal Protective & Life Saving Equipment [1926.95 – 107] Eye and Face Protection SUBPART E Head Protection PPE – Provided Used & Maintained Required Eye & Face Protection – ANSI Requirements Payment for Protective Equipment

  6. Fire Protection & Prevention [1926.150 – 159] 2A Fire Extinguisher Provided per 3000 sqftof Building Area SUBPART F Extinguishers with 50 ftof 5 gallons of flammable liquids Protecting LP Gas Systems Protected from Vehicular Damage Inspection & Maintenance of Fire Fighting Equipment Portable Fire Extinguishers Inspected Periodically & Maintained

  7. Signs, Signals & Barricades [1926.200 – 203] Traffic Signs at Points of Hazard SUBPART G Traffic Control Signs/Devices Flaggers - Signaling Visibility of Signs and Symbols Barricades Conforming to Part VI of the MUTCD

  8. Materials Handling, Storage, Use & Disposal [1926.250 – 252] Exterior Drop Chutes SUBPART H Rigging Equipment Inspection & Removal from Service Welded Alloy Steel Chain Sling Identification Materials Stored to Prevent Sliding Falling, or Collapse General Rigging Equipment Identification

  9. Tools: Hand & Power [1926.300 – 307] Tools Designed for Guards – Guards in Place SUBPART I Guarding of Portable Circular Saws Woodworking Tools – ANSI Requirements Guarding of Circular Hand-held Ripsaws Guarding of Rotating/Moving Parts

  10. Welding & Cutting [1926.350 -354] Oxygen and Fuel-Gas Cylinder Storage SUBPART J Cylinders Secured Upright Using Cables Needing Repair Securing of Cylinders While in Use Fire Extinguishing Equipment Immediately Available

  11. Electrical [1926.400 – 449] Grounding Path SUBPART K Worn/Frayed Cords and Cables Flexible Cord Strain Relief Equipment Installation and Use Ground Fault Protection

  12. Scaffolds [1926.450 – 454] Fall Protection SUBPART L Aerial Lifts – Fall Protection Safe Access Full Planking Training for Scaffold Users

  13. Fall Protection [1926.500 – 503] Residential Construction SUBPART M Unprotected Sides & Edges Fall Hazard Training Roofing Work on Low-sloped Roofs Roofing Work on Steep Roofs

  14. Helicopters, Hoists, Elevators, and Conveyors [1926.550 – 556] Hoists & Elevators – Complying with Manufacturer’s Recommendations SUBPART N Overhead Hoists – Safe Working Load Posted and Not to be Exceeded Material Hoists – Riding Prohibited Except During Inspection & Maintenance

  15. Motor Vehicles, Mechanized Equipment, & Marine Operations [1926.600 – 606] Industrial Truck Operator Training SUBPART O Industrial Trucks ANSI B56.1-1969 Requirements Modifications that Affect Capacity Rating Safety Platform Secured to Carriage or Forks Safe Riding Space on Industrial Trucks

  16. Excavations [1926.650 – 652] Cave-in Protection SUBPART P Safe Egress Competent Person - Inspections Protection from Falling/Rolling Materials and Equipment Competent Person - Inspection and Employee Removal

  17. Concrete & Masonry Construction[1926.700 – 706] Reinforcing Steel Guarding SUBPART Q Formwork Capable of Supporting Anticipated Loads Lockout/Tagout of Bulk Cement Storage Facilities Bracing of Precast Members until Permanently Connected Semicircular Masonry Saw Guarding

  18. Steel Erection [1926.750 – 761] Protection from Fall Hazards SUBPART R Fall Hazard Training Fall Protection for Connection Unsecured Decking in CDZ Exceeding 3,000 sqft. Structural Stability During Erection Processes

  19. Demolition [1926.850 – 860] Engineering Survey Prior to Demolition Operations SUBPART T Chute Opening Protected by a Guardrail Not Dropping Materials Outside Exterior Walls Removal of Structural or Load-supporting Members Shoring and Bracing of Walls and Floors

  20. Blasting and the Use of Explosives [1926.900 – 914] SUBPART U Inspection of Blasted Areas 910(b)

  21. Power Transmission and Distribution [1926.950 – 968] SUBPART V Host Employer Informing Contractor of Installation Safety Characteristics 950(c)(1)

  22. Rollover Protective Structure; Overhead Protection [1926.1000 – 1003] Remounting of ROPS with Equal Quality of Original Mounting SUBPART W ROPS on Equipment Manufactured on or After Sept 1, 1972

  23. Stairways and Ladders [1926.1050 – 1060] Portable Ladder – 3 feet Above Landing Surface SUBPART X Appropriate Use Ladder & Stairway Hazard Training Using Top Step as a Step Use of Defective Portable Ladders

  24. Toxic & Hazardous Substances [1926.1100 – 1152] Asbestos – Exposure Assessment by a Competent Person SUBPART Z Asbestos – Building Owner Determination Prior to Work Asbestos – Training Program Asbestos – Exposure Monitoring Class I, II, and III Work in Regulated Area

  25. Cranes and Derricks in Construction [1926.1400 – 1442] Equipment Inspection every 12 Months SUBPART CC Sign Person Qualifications Operation Procedures of Equipment Inspection Documented & Maintained Shift Inspections by a Competent Person

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