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1 OSHA Most Frequently Cited Serious Violations
CONSTRUCTION – FY 2012 OSHA Federal Standards October 1, 2011 – September 30, 2012

2 Most Frequently Cited Serious Violations in Construction
X E L P Fall Protection – Residential Construction Fall Protection – Unprotected Sides & Edges Portable ladders not extended 3 feet above landing Fall Protection – Training Eye and Face Protection Head Protection Fall Protection – Roofing Work on Low-sloped Roofs Scaffolds – Fall Protection Aerial lifts – Fall Protection Excavations – Cave-in Protection 1926 Overall MFC

3 Subpart C General 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

4 Subpart D Occupational Health & Environmental Controls (1926.50 - 66)
Lead exposure assessment Emergency eyewash/shower Lead – Representative personal sampling First aid training First aid supplies

5 Subpart E Personal 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

6 Subpart F Fire Protection & Prevention (1926.150 - 159)
Portable fire extinguishers inspected periodically and maintained Fire extinguisher provided per 3000 sq ft of 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

7 Subpart G Signs, Signals & Barricades (1926.200 - 203)
Traffic control signs/devices Traffic signs at points of hazard Flaggers - Signaling

8 Subpart H Materials 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

9 Subpart I Tools: 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

10 Subpart J Welding & 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

11 Subpart K Electrical (1926.400 - 449)
Worn/frayed cords and cables Equipment installation and use Grounding path Ground fault protection Flexible cord strain relief

12 Subpart L Scaffolds (1926.450 - 454)
Full planking Training for scaffold users Fall protection Aerial lifts – Fall protection Safe access

13 Subpart M Fall Protection (1926.500 - 503)
Residential construction Unprotected sides & edges Fall hazard training Roofing work on low-sloped roofs Roofing work on steep roofs

14 Subpart N Helicopters, Hoists, Elevators, and Conveyors (1926
Instructions posted on cars & platforms Hoist car enclosure

15 Subpart O Motor Vehicles, Mechanized Equipment, & Marine Operations (1926.600 - 606)
Industrial Trucks ANSI B requirements Emergency eyewash/shower Industrial truck operator training Blocking/cribbing of suspended equipment Safety platform secured to carriage or forks

16 Subpart P Excavations (1926.650 - 652)
Competent person – Inspections Competent Person – Inspection and employee removal Cave-in protection Safe egress Protection from falling/rolling materials and equipment

17 Subpart Q Concrete & Masonry Construction (1926.700 - 706)
Reinforcing steel guarding Lockout/tagout of bulk cement storage facilities Masonry wall bracing

18 Subpart R Steel Erection (1926.750 - 761)
Structural stability during erection processes Fall Protection equipment criteria Protection from fall hazards Fall hazard training Fall protection for connection

19 Subpart T Demolition (1926.850 - 860)
Not dropping materials outside exterior walls Testing for hazardous materials prior to demolition operations Engineering survey prior to demolition operations Wall openings protected Control of utilities prior to demolition operations

20 Subpart X Ladders ( ) Using top step as a step Stairway or ladder provided for 19 inch break in elevation Portable ladder – 3 feet above landing surface Appropriate use Training program

21 Subpart Z Toxic & Hazardous Substances (1926.1100 - 1152)
Asbestos – Exposure monitoring Asbestos – Employer provided protective clothing Asbestos – Exposure assessment by a competent person Asbestos – Training program Asbestos – Class I, II, and III work in regulated area

22 Subpart CC Cranes and Derricks in Construction (1926.1400 - 1442)
Hooks – Self-closing latches Documentation of monthly inspections Equipment inspection every 12 months Documentation of signaling qualification Determination of equipment working radius

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