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OSHA Federal Standards October 1, 2011 – September 30, 2012.

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1 OSHA Federal Standards October 1, 2011 – September 30, 2012

2 Number of Serious Violations – FY 2012 Subpart & Standard Most Frequently Cited Serious Violations in General Industry Machine guards - General Respirators – Written program Walking/working surfaces Powered industrial trucks – Operator competency Grinders – Tongue guards Hazard communication – Information & training Lockout/tagout - Procedures Hazard communication – Written program Respirators – Medical evaluations Electrical – Proper installation & use of equipment 2 Z O Z I D I N J O S

3 Number of Serious Violations – FY 2012 Subpart & Standard Subpart D Walking/Working Surfaces ( – 30) Housekeeping Wet floors Construction, care, and use of portable wood ladders Posted Floor – Load rating Open-sided floors 3

4 Number of Serious Violations – FY 2012 Subpart & Standard Subpart E Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans, and Fire Prevention Routes ( – 39) 4 Exit marking Exit route signs Exit route unlocked “Not an Exit” signs Exit routes free & unobstructed

5 Number of Serious Violations – FY 2012 Subpart & Standard Subpart F Powered Platforms ( – 68) Trained operators for aerial lift Controls in safe working condition Manlift inspections Secure work position for employees in aerial lift Body belt & lanyard when working from aerial lift 5

6 Number of Serious Violations – FY 2012 Subpart & Standard Subpart G Occupational Health ( – 98) Hearing conservation program Annual audiogram Audiometric testing program Training program Monitoring program 6

7 Number of Serious Violations – FY 2012 Subpart & Standard Subpart H Hazardous Materials ( – 126) Compressed gases – handling, storage & use Class I liquids – Dispensing Spray areas – Approved wiring/equipment Spray areas – Cleaning Spray booth – Air velocity 7

8 Number of Serious Violations – FY 2012 Subpart & Standard Subpart I Personal Protective Equipment ( – 139) 8 Respirators – Medical evaluation PPE – Hazard assessment PPE – Certification of hazard assessment PPE – Provided, used, and maintained in sanitary and reliable condition Respirators – Written program

9 Number of Serious Violations – FY 2012 Subpart & Standard Subpart J General Environment Controls ( – 147) Lockout/tagout – Program Lockout/tagout – Periodic inspections Lockout/tagout – Energy isolation devices affixed Lockout/tagout – General training Lockout/tagout – Procedures 9

10 Number of Serious Violations – FY 2012 Subpart & Standard Subpart K Medical & First Aid ( –152) Eye & body flushing facilities First Aid training/supplies Medical personal advice/consultation 10

11 Number of Serious Violations – FY 2012 Subpart & Standard Subpart L Fire Protection ( – 165) Extinguishers – Annual maintenance checks Extinguishers – Training program Extinguishers – Visual monthly inspections Extinguishers – Initial & annual training Extinguishers – Provided & accessible 11

12 Number of Serious Violations – FY 2012 Subpart & Standard Subpart M Compressed Gas & Air Equipment ( – 169) Safety valves tests Safety valve compliance with A.S.M.E Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code, Section VIII, Edition 1968 No valve between air receiver and safety valve Safety valves readily rendered inoperable Pressure gauge with spring loaded safety valve 12

13 Number of Serious Violations – FY 2012 Subpart & Standard Subpart N Materials Handling & Storage ( – 184) Powered industrial trucks – Refresher training Powered industrial trucks – Certification of training Powered industrial trucks – Examination for defects Powered industrial trucks – Safe operating condition Powered industrial trucks – Competency training 13

14 Number of Serious Violations – FY 2012 Subpart & Standard Subpart O Machinery & Machine Guarding ( – 219) Grinders – Tongue guards Machine guards – Point of operation Power transmission apparatus – Pulleys Grinders – Work rests Machine guards – General 14

15 Number of Serious Violations – FY 2012 Subpart & Standard Subpart P Hand & Portable Powered Tools ( – 244) Vertical portable grinders – Guards Condition of tools and equipment Jack load rating Portable abrasive wheels – Guards Compressed air for cleaning 15

16 Number of Serious Violations – FY 2012 Subpart & Standard Subpart Q Welding, Cutting & Brazing ( – 255) Cylinder storage, inside of buildings Arc welding protection Damaged cables replaced/repaired Oxygen cylinder storage – Near combustibles Oxygen cylinder storage – Separation 16

17 Number of Serious Violations – FY 2012 Subpart & Standard Subpart R Special Industries ( – 272) Grain handling –Hazardous atmospheres Grain handling – Rescue operations Grain handling – Bins entry permits Grain handling – Locked out Grain handling – Housekeeping 17

18 Number of Serious Violations – FY 2012 Subpart & Standard Subpart S Electrical ( – 399) Flexible cord strain relief Grounding permanent and effective Pull/junction box covers Flexible cords used as fixed wiring Proper installation and use of equipment 18

19 Number of Serious Violations – FY 2012 Subpart & Standard Subpart Z Toxic & Hazardous Substances ( – 1450) Information and training SDS’s for each chemical Labeling (old standard) SDS’s readily accessible Written program 19


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