Most Frequently Cited Serious Violations

Most Frequently Cited Serious Violations

Most Frequently Cited Serious Violations GENERAL INDUSTRY FY 2017 OSHA Federal Standards October 1, 2016 September 30, 2017 HAZARD COMMUNICATION WRITTEN PROGRAM 1527 MACHINE GUARDING TYPES OF GUARDING METHODS 29 CFR 291910 CFR 1910. SUBPARTS 1343 HAZARD COMMUNICATION INFORMATION AND TRAINING 1238 HAZARDOUS ENERGY CONTROL PROCEDURES SHALL BE 625 DEVELOPED RESPIRATORS MEDICAL EVALUATIONS 608 MACHINE GUARDING POINT OF OPERATIONS 502 Overall 1910 MFC MOST FREQUENTLY CITED SERIOUS

VIOLATIONS IN GENERAL INDUSTRY 2017 RESPIRATORS EMPLOYER ESTABLISHING A WRITTEN RESPIRATOR PROGRAM498 HAZARDOUS COMMUNICATION MAINTAIN COPIES OF SDSS 465 POWERED INDUSTRIAL TRUCKS COMPETENCY 455 TRAINING ELECTRICAL PROPER INSTALLATION & USE OF EQUIPMENT 409 NUMBER OF SERIOUS VIOLATIONS FY 2 WALKING/WORKING SURFACES [1910.21 .30] 22( 291 29 CFR 1910. FALL PROTECTION PROTECTION FROM FALLING 4 FEET OR MORE 28(b)(... 207 LADDERS RUNGS ARE TREATED AS TO PREVENT SLIPPING 23( SUBPART D GENERAL WALKING-WORKING SURFACES ARE KEPT CLEAN

199 GENERAL WORKROOM FLOOR KEPT IN A DRY CONDITION 22( 22( 122 GENERAL WALKING-WORKING SURFACES ARE INSPECTED 81 3 NUMBER OF SERIOUS VIOLATIONS FY MEANS OF EGRESS [1910.33 .39] 285 29 CFR 1910. EXIT ROUTE FEATURE CLEARLY VISIBLE & MARKED 37(b)(2) 195 EXIT ROUTE DESIGN MUST BE ABLE TO OPEN FROM THE INSIDE 36(d)(1) SUBPART E 37(a)(3) EXIT ROUTE FEATURE FREE & UNOBSTRUCTED

121 37(b)(4) EXITS ROUTE FEATURE SIGNS POSTED IF EXIT IS NOT APPARENT 81 36(g)(2) EXIT ROUTE DESIGN MINIMUM 28 INCHES WIDE 79 4 NUMBER OF SERIOUS VIOLATIONS FY POWERED PLATFORMS, AERIAL LIFTS, AND VEHICLEMOUNTED WORK PLATFORMS [1910.66 .68] 29 CFR 1910. 67(c)(2)(ii) VEHICLE MOUNTED PERSONAL FALL ARREST SHALL BE WORN 92 VEHICLE MOUNTED TRAINED PERSONS ONLY9 VEHICLE MOUNTED EMPLOYEE SHALL STAND FIRMLY ON BASKET FLOOR 67(c)(2)(iv) 67(c)(2)(vii)

SUBPART F 67(c)(2)(v) 4 VEHICLE MOUNTED BRAKES SHALL BE SET & OUTRIGGERS POSITIONED 4 MANLIFT FIXED METAL LADDER ACCESSIBILITY 68(b)(12) 2 5 NUMBER OF SERIOUS VIOLATIONS FY 95(c)(1) OCCUPATIONAL NOISE HEARING CONSERVATION PROGRAM 95(d)(1) OCCUPATIONAL NOISE DEVELOP & IMPLEMENT MONITORING PROGRAM 94 95(k)(1) OCCUPATIONAL NOISE TRAIN EACH EMPLOYEE EXPOSED 93

95(g)(1) OCCUPATIONAL NOISE ESTABLISH & MAINTAIN AUDIOMETRIC TESTING PROGRAM 80 95(b)(1) OCCUPATIONAL NOISE CONTROLS SHALL BE USED WHEN EXCEEDING TABLE G-15 25 190 SUBPART G 29 CFR 1910. OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL [1910.94 .98] 6 NUMBER OF SERIOUS VIOLATIONS FY COMPRESSED GASES HANDLING STORAGE AND USE 101(b) 97 SUBPART H HAZARDOUS MATERIALS [1910.101 .126]

29 CFR 1910. FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS SHALL NOT BE DISPENSED UNLESS BONDED & GROUNDED 106(e)(6)(ii) 107(b)(5)(i) 107(g)(2) 47 SPRAY FINISHING AIR VELOCITY FOR ELECTROSTATIC SPRAYING 43 SPRAY FINISHING CLEANING WITH NON-SPARKING TOOLS 39 SPRAY FINISHING CLEAR SPACE SHALL BE KEPT FREE FROM STORAGE 107(b)(9) 35 7 NUMBER OF SERIOUS VIOLATIONS FY PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT [1910.132 .138] 29 CFR 1910. 134(e)(1) 608

134(c)(1) RESPIRATORS ESTABLISH & IMPLEMENT WRITTEN 498 PROGRAM 132(d)(2) GENERAL REQUIREMENTS VERIFY WORKPLACE HAZARD ASSESSMENT 328 SUBPART I RESPIRATORS SHALL PROVIDE MEDICAL EVALUATION GENERAL REQUIREMENTS ASSESS WORKPLACE FOR HAZARDS 132(d)(1) 133(a)(1) 316 EYE & FACE PROTECTION EMPLOYER ENSURING THAT EMPLOYEES USE PROTECTION 300 8 NUMBER OF SERIOUS VIOLATIONS FY 29 CFR 1910. 147(c)(4)(i) HAZARDOUS ENERGY CONTROL PROCEDURES SHALL BE 625

DEVELOPED 147(c)(6)(i) HAZARDOUS ENERGY CONTROL PERIODIC 385 INSPECTIONS SUBPART J GENERAL ENVIRONMENT CONTROLS [1910.141 .147] HAZARDOUS ENERGY CONTROL ESTABLISH PROGRAM 147(c)(1) 147(c)(7)(i) 147(d) 375 HAZARDOUS ENERGY CONTROL GENERAL TRAINING 288 HAZARDOUS ENERGY CONTROL APPLICATION OF CONTROLS 180 9 NUMBER OF SERIOUS VIOLATIONS FY MEDICAL & FIRST AID [1910.151 .152] 29 CFR 1910.

151(c) 151(b) 151(a) 388 MEDICAL & FIRST AID FIRST AID TRAINING & SUPPLIES READILY AVAILABLE 36 SUBPART K MEDICAL & FIRST AID EYE & BODY FLUSHING FACILITIES PROVIDED MEDICAL & FIRST AID MEDICAL PERSONNEL ADVICE & CONSULTATION 2 10 NUMBER OF SERIOUS VIOLATIONS FY FIRE PROTECTION [1910.155 .165] 186 29 CFR 1910. EXTINGUISHERS VISUAL MONTHLY INSPECTION 157(e)(2) 110 EXTINGUISHERS ANNUAL MAINTENANCE CHECKS

157(e)(3) SUBPART L EXTINGUISHERS PROVIDED & READILY ACCESSIBLE 157(c)(1) 110 EXTINGUISHERS TRAINING PROGRAM 157(g)(1) 108 EXTINGUISHERS INITIAL & ANNUAL TRAINING 157(g)(2) 75 11 NUMBER OF SERIOUS VIOLATIONS FY AIR RECEIVERS PRESSURE GAUGE WITH SPRING LOADED SAFETY VALVE 29 CFR 1910. 169(b)(3)(i) 7 AIR RECEIVERS DRAIN PIPE INSTALLED AT THE LOWEST POINT 169(b)(2) 2

SUBPART M COMPRESSED GAS & COMPRESSED AIR EQUIPMENT [1910.166 .169] AIR RECEIVERS SAFETY VALVES SHALL BE TESTED 169(b)(3)(iv) 2 AIR RECEIVERS NEW RECEIVERS INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH AMSE 1968 169(a)(2)(i) 1 12 NUMBER OF SERIOUS VIOLATIONS FY POWERED INDUSTRIAL TRUCKS COMPETENCY TRAINING 178(l)(1)(i) 455 29 CFR 1910. POWERED INDUSTRIAL TRUCKS REFRESHER TRAINING IN RELEVANT TOPICS 178(l)(4)(iii) 254 POWERED INDUSTRIAL TRUCKS SAFE OPERATING CONDITION 178(p)(1) SUBPART N

MATERIALS HANDLING & STORAGE [1910.176 .184] 232 POWERED INDUSTRIAL TRUCKS CERTIFICATION OF TRAINING 178(l)(6) 225 POWERED INDUSTRIAL TRUCKS SHALL BE EXAMINED BEFORE PLACED IN SERVICE 178(q)(7) 171 13 NUMBER OF SERIOUS VIOLATIONS FY GENERAL REQUIREMENTS TYPES OF GUARDING METHODS 212(a)(1) 1343 29 CFR 1910. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS POINT OF OPERATION 212(a)(3)(ii) 504 ABRASIVE WHEEL TONGUE GUARDS 215(b)(9) SUBPART O

MACHINERY & MACHINE GUARDING [1910.211 .219] 273 ABRASIVE WHEEL WORK RESTS 215(a)(4) 225 POWER TRANSMISSION GUARDING FOR PULLEYS 219(d)(1) 208 14 NUMBER OF SERIOUS VIOLATIONS FY HAND AND PORTABLE POWERED TOOLS AND OTHER HAND-HELD EQUIPMENT[1910.241 .244] 242(b) 230 29 CFR 1910. GUARDING OF POWERED TOOLS - ABRASIVE WHEELS SHALL BE GUARDED 243(c)(1) 243(c)(3) 242(a) 49

GUARDING OF POWERED TOOLS VERTICAL PORTABLE GRINDERS SHALL BE 32 GUARDED SUBPART P GENERAL COMPRESSED AIR FOR CLEANING GENERAL CONDITION OF TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT 24 GUARDING OF POWERED TOOLS HOSES & CONNECTIONS SHALL BE DESIGNED FOR THE PRESSURE 243(b)(2) 8 15 NUMBER OF SERIOUS VIOLATIONS FY GAS WELDING & CUTTING STORED AWAY FROM FUEL-GAS CYLINDERS 253(b)(4)(iii) 95 29 CFR 1910. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS PROTECTION FROM ARC WELDING RAY 252(b)(2)(iii) 68 GAS WELDING & CUTTING CYLINDER STORAGE INSIDE BUILDINGS 253(b)(2)(ii)

SUBPART Q WELDING, CUTTING, & BRAZING [1910.251 .255] 33 GAS WELDING & CUTTING STORAGE NEXT TO COMBUSTIBLES 253(b)(4)(i) 27 GAS WELDING & CUTTING CYLINDER VALVE CLOSURE 253(b)(2)(iv) 25 16 NUMBER OF SERIOUS VIOLATIONS FY SPECIAL INDUSTRIES [1910.261 .272] 272(j)(1) 15 29 CFR 1910. GRAIN HANDLING LOCKOUT & TAGGING 272(g)(1)(ii) 272(g)(1)(i) 13

GRAIN HANDLING PERMIT SHALL BE ISSUED FOR 12 ENTERING SUBPART R GRAIN HANDLING HOUSEKEEPING GRAIN HANDLING SHALL REMOVE ANY FUGITIVE GRAIN DUST 272(j)(1)(ii) 11 GRAIN HANDLING ATMOSPHERE SHALL BE TESTED 272(g)(1)(iii) 9 17 NUMBER OF SERIOUS VIOLATIONS FY ELECTRICAL [1910.301 .399] 29 CFR 1910. 303(b)(2) 305(g)(1)(iv)(A) 409 WIRING METHODS - FLEXIBLE CORDS USED AS FIXED 278 WIRING

WIRING METHOD FLEXIBLE CORD STRAIN RELIEF 305(g)(2)(iii) SUBPART S GENERAL PROPER INSTALLATION & USE OF EQUIPMENT 252 305(b)(1)(ii) WIRING METHOD GROUNDING PERMANENT & EFFECTIVE 215 305(b)(2)(i) WIRING METHOD PULL & JUNCTION BOX COVERS 198 18 NUMBER OF SERIOUS VIOLATIONS FY 29 CFR 1910. 410(a)(1) QUALIFICATIONS DIVE TEAM MEMBERS SHALL HAVE TRAINING OR 3 EXPERIENCE QUALIFICATIONS DIVE TEAM MEMBERS TRAINED IN CPR & FIRST AID 410(a)(3) 420(a)

2 SUBPART T COMMERCIAL DIVING OPERATIONS [1910.401 .440] SAFE PRACTICE MANUAL SHALL BE MADE AVAILABLE AT DIVE LOCATION 2 PRE-DIVE PROCEDURES SAFETY PROCEDURES FOR DIVING MODE 421(f)(1)(ii) 2 PRE-DIVE PROCEDURES EQUIPMENT INSPECTION 421(g) 2 19 NUMBER OF SERIOUS VIOLATIONS FY HAZARDOUS COMMUNICATION WRITTEN PROGRAM 29 CFR 1910. 1200(e)(1) 1527 HAZARDOUS COMMUNICATION INFORMATION & TRAINING 1200(h)(1)

1238 SUBPART Z TOXIC AND HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE [1910.1000 .1450] HAZARDOUS COMMUNICATION SDSS READILY ACCESSIBLE 1200(g)(8) 465 HAZARDOUS COMMUNICATION SDSS FOR EACH CHEMICAL 1200(g)(1) 339 HAZARDOUS COMMUNICATION DETAILED TRAINING 1200(h)(3)(iv) 191 NUMBER OF SERIOUS VIOLATIONS FY 20

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