Presentation on theme: "Number of Serious Violations – FY 2000 1 FHM TRAINING TOOLS This training presentation is part of FHMs commitment to creating and keeping safe workplaces."— Presentation transcript:
Number of Serious Violations – FY FHM TRAINING TOOLS This training presentation is part of FHMs commitment to creating and keeping safe workplaces. Be sure to check out all the training programs that are specific to your industry.
Frequently Cited OSHA Violations General Industry
Number of Serious Violations – FY Most Frequently Cited Serious Violations General Industry – FY 2000 *Hazard Communication - Written program Machine guards - General Eye & body flushing facilities Point of operation Open-sided floors Pulleys Lockout - Program Grinders - Tongue guards *Hazard Communication - Training Note: There were also 1023 Section 5(a)(1) General Duty Clause violations cited during this period. Live electrical parts * violations include both General Industry and Construction due to the consolidation of standards.
Number of Serious Violations – FY Subpart D - Walking/Working Surfaces ( ) Open-sided floors Housekeeping Wet floors Floor holes Stairways and stair platforms - Railings Standard: 1910.
Number of Serious Violations – FY Subpart E - Means of Egress ( ) Obstructed egress Means of egress not clear Emergency action plan Exit marking Standard: Exit access minimum width (28)
Number of Serious Violations – FY Subpart F - Powered Platforms ( ) Standard: Vehicle-mounted elevating/rotating platforms - Body belt & lanyard Vehicle-mounted elevating/rotating platforms – Trained operators
Number of Serious Violations – FY Subpart G - Occupational Health ( ) Hearing conservation program Administrative/Engineering controls Standard: Audiometric testing program Training program Monitoring program
Number of Serious Violations – FY Subpart H - Hazardous Materials ( ) Sources of ignition - Precautions Standard: Spray areas – Free from combustible residue Class I liquids - Dispensing Compressed gases - Handling, storage and use Spray booth - Air velocity
Number of Serious Violations – FY Subpart I - Personal Protective Equipment ( ) Personal protective equipment Eye & face protection PPE hazard assessment Standard: Written respiratory protection program Medical evaluation to determine employees ability to use respirator
Number of Serious Violations – FY Subpart J - General Environmental Controls ( ) Lockout/Tagout - Program Lockout/Tagout - Training Lockout/Tagout - Procedures Lockout/Tagout - Content of energy control procedures Standard: Lockout/Tagout procedure - Periodic inspection
Number of Serious Violations – FY Subpart K - Medical & First Aid ( ) Eye & body flushing facilities First aid Standard: 1910.
Number of Serious Violations – FY Subpart L - Fire Protection ( ) Extinguishers - Training program Extinguishers - Initial & annual training Portable extinguishers - Provided and accessible Standard: Extinguishers - Annual checks Extinguishers - Charged & operable
Number of Serious Violations – FY Subpart M - Compressed Gas & Air Equipment ( ) Pressure gage/safety valve Safety valves tested Standard: 1910.
Number of Serious Violations – FY Subpart O - Machinery & Machine Guarding ( ) Machine guards - General Grinders - Tongue guards Pulleys Point of operation Grinders - Work rests Standard: 1910.
Number of Serious Violations – FY Subpart P - Hand & Portable Powered Tools ( ) Compressed air for cleaning Portable grinders - Guards Standard: Condition of tools & equipment Portable grinders - General
Number of Serious Violations – FY Subpart Q - Welding, Cutting & Brazing ( ) Oxygen cylinder storage - Separation: Distance Cylinder storage - Inside of buildings Protection from rays Valve caps Arc welding/cutting - Maintenance of cables Standard: 1910.
Number of Serious Violations – FY Subpart R - Special Industries ( ) Logging – Eye protection Sawmills - Conveyors Logging - First aid kit Standard: Logging – Visual or audible contact Logging – Foot protection
Number of Serious Violations – FY Subpart S - Electrical ( ) Live parts Grounding path Electrical box covers Conductors entering cabinets/boxes/fittings protected from abrasion Standard: Use of flexible cords and cables
Number of Serious Violations – FY Subpart Z - Toxic & Hazardous Substances ( ) Hazard Communication - Written program Hazard Communication - Information and training Hazard Communication - Label identification Hazard Communication - Training initially and for new hazards Hazard Communication - Material Safety Data Sheets Standard: 1910.