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  • 1. OSHA Update Ohio Manufacturers’ Association November 2011 Michael G. Connors, CIH Regional Administrator OSHA, Region V
  • 2. Dr. Michaels’ Vision
    • Stronger enforcement: some employers need incentives to do the right thing
    • Ensure that workers have a voice
    • Refocus and strengthen our compliance assistance programs
    • Change workplace culture: employers must “find and fix” workplace hazards
  • 3. FY 2007 – FY 2011 Inspections Conducted (Federal)
  • 4. Region V FY 2011 Inspection Data
    • 7,141 total inspections
      • 3,512 of which were construction
      • 1,478 were health inspections
    • Ohio inspection data for FY 2011
      • 2,632 inspections
      • 1,293 were construction
      • 558 were health inspections
  • 5. FY 2007 – FY 2011 % Construction Inspections
  • 6. FY 2007 – FY 2011 % Programmed vs. % Unprogrammed
  • 7. FY 2007 – FY 2011 Nationwide Average Current Penalty Per Serious Violation
  • 8. FY 2007 – FY 2011 (Oct 1 – Sep 12 ) Significant Cases
  • 9. Significant Cases Region V– FY 11
    • 65 significant cases issued
    • Wisconsin – 11 issued
    • Illinois – 26 issued
    • Ohio – 28 issued
  • 10. Region V Significant Cases by Inspection Type
    • Complaints – 21
    • Fatality/Accident – 9
    • NEP (Trench, Lead, PSM, SST) – 13
    • LEPs (Falls, PITs, PMI, Grain) - 6
    • Referrals/SVEP – 8
    • Follow-up – 5
    • Federal Agency – 3
  • 11. Region V, Major Issues Sig Cases FY 11
    • 16 – LO/TO, machine guarding
    • 9 – trenching
    • 6 – Grain
    • 4 – Falls (General Industry)
    • 3 – 1910.269 electrical power transmission
    • 6 – Roofing/Falls/Scaffolds
    • 3 – PSM
    • 3 – PIV
    • 3 - Federal Agencies
    • 12 – Health
  • 12. FY 2007 – FY 2011 (Oct 1 – Sept 12) Egregious Cases
  • 13. FY 11 - Region V issued 12 Egregious Cases
      • Grain: 3
      • Trenching: 4
      • L/O – wind tower maintenance, 1910.269(d)
      • Asbestos removal
      • Falls in general industry
      • Machine guarding
      • Respirators/air contaminant over-exposure
      • PSM
    • Two egregious cases issued in Ohio
      • 1 – Falls in GI + 1 Trenching case
  • 14. Nationwide, FY 2011 Top 10 Most Cited Standards (General Industry)
    • Hazard Communication
    • Respiratory Protection
    • Lockout/Tagout
    • Electrical, Wiring Methods
    • Powered Industrial Trucks
    • Electrical, General Requirements
    • Machine Guarding
    • Recordkeeping
    • Personal Protective Equipment
    • Mechanical Power Transmission Apparatus
  • 15. Nationwide, FY 2011 Top 10 Most Cited Standards (Construction Industry)
    • Scaffolding
    • Fall Protection
    • Ladders
    • Fall Protection, Training Requirements
    • Hazard Communication
    • Head Protection
    • General Safety & Health Provisions
    • Aerial Lifts
    • Eye & Face Protection
    • Specific Excavation Requirements
  • 16. Most Frequently Cited OSHA Violations - Region V
    • Machine Guarding, General
    • Hazard Communication-Program
    • Hazard Communication, Training
    • Lockout/Tagout Procedures
    • Lockout/Tagout Program
    • Powered Industrial Trucks
    • Machine Guarding, Point of Operation
    • Lockout/Tagout, Periodic inspections
    • Hazard Assessment & PPE Selection
    • Guarding Floor & Wall Openings & Holes
    • Fall Protection, Residential
    • Fall Protection, Training
    • Safety program, frequent & regular inspections
    • Ladders
    • Eye & Face Protection
    • Head Protection
    • Scaffolds, Fall Protection
    • Fall Protection, General
    • Safety program
    • Excavations
    Construction General Industry
  • 17. FATALITY NON-FATALITY NON-FATALITY Hazards Due to the Potential Release of a Highly Hazardous Chemical (PSM) Egregious Does the case qualify for SVEP? > 1 W, R or FTA based on a serious violation related to a death of an employee or three or more hospitalizations > 2 W, R or FTA based on high gravity serious violations related to a High-Emphasis Hazard* > 3 W, R or FTA based on high gravity serious violations related to hazards due to the potential release of a highly hazardous chemical, as defined in the PSM standard Any Egregious Enforcement Action (including recordkeeping )
  • 18. SVEP High Emphasis Hazards:
    • Fall Hazards
    • Amputation Hazards
    • Combustible Dust Hazards
    • Crystalline Silica Hazards
    • Lead Hazards
    • Excavation/Trenching Hazards
    • Grain
  • 19. Severe Violator Enforcement Program (SVEP)
    • As of August 31, 2011, OSHA has logged:
    • 181 SVEP cases
      • 36 (20%) of the 181 SVEP cases are fatalities
      • 121 (67%) of the 181 SVEP cases are Non-fatality/Catastrophe Related to a High-Emphasis Hazard
    • 111 (61%) of the 181 SVEP cases are in construction
      • 12 (11%) of the 111 SVEP construction cases are fatalities
    • Number of SVEP cases that are egregious cases: 27 (15%) of 181 SVEP cases
  • 20. National Emphasis Programs
    • Current: In Development:
    • Lead Nursing Homes
    • Combustible Dust Chemical Facilities
    • Amputations Isocyanates
    • Primary Metals
    • Recordkeeping
    • Silica
    • Trenching
    • Food Flavorings
    • Hex Chrome
  • 21. Region V Local Emphasis Programs for FY 12
    • Primary Metals
    • Fall Hazards in Construction
    • Powered Industrial Vehicles (Construction & General Industry)
    • Building Renovation/Rehabilitation (“Gut Rehab”)
    • Amputation Targeting in GI
    • Grain
    • Dairy Farm LEP for Wisconsin
  • 22. Settlements
    • Innovative Resolutions
      • Corporate or enterprise wide agreements
      • Outside experts
      • Third party verification
      • Penalty payment plans
      • Extended abatement
      • Dispute resolution
      • Lines of communication - company and local area office
      • Penalty reduction
  • 23. Cooperative & State Programs
    • Cooperative Programs:
    • Not moving away from the voluntary protection programs
      • Consultation Program
      • Voluntary Protection Program - VPP
      • Partnerships
      • Alliances
  • 24. Cooperative & State Programs
    • New Training Grants - Areas of Emphasis:
    • Grain
    • Dairy
    • Agricultural
    • Noise and Hearing Conservation
    • Vulnerable Workers
  • 25. HEAT FACT SHEETS
  • 26. Whistleblower
    • FY 11, Region V received 496 Whistleblower complaints (20% of Nation’s total)
      • 331 - 11c cases
      • 94 - merit cases
      • 13 - complainants reinstated
      • $806,746 – wages recovered for complainants
    • In Ohio:
      • 153 - whistleblower cases
      • 33 - merit cases
      • 3 - complainants reinstatements
  • 27. FY 2007 – FY 2011 Fatality Investigations
  • 28. Rate of Fatal Work Injuries Continues to Drop, 1992 – 2009 Source: US Bureau of Labor Statistics . Fatality rates are down 37.7% since 1994 Fatal Work Injuries per 100,000 Workers
  • 29.
  • 30. Congress
    • Budget
    • Oversight
    • Input
  • 31. Questions?