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Manitowoc
Contractor Night
OSHA Update
Changes and Compliance
for FY 2014
Kelly Bubolz
Appleton, Area OSHA Office
April 2,...
Topics
 What’s up in Washington
 We’re working!!!
 Recent News
 Hazard Communication
 Initiatives and Emphasis for FY...
Robert Bonack
The NEW
Appleton OSHA
Area Director
New Area Office Team Leaders
Charles Dave
 Injury and Illness Prevention Program
 Confined Spaces in Construction
 Silica
 PELs (Permissible Exposure Limits)
Fr...
Recent News
HazCom
On March 26, 2012 OSHA
adopted a large portion of
GHS, the Globally Harmonized
System of Classification...
GHS Notable Changes
Primary Changes in HazCom
1. Container Labeling
2. Material Safety Data Sheets
3. Employee Training
Written Program
 OSHA did not modify the written hazard
communication requirements except for
minor terminology edits.
Safety Data Sheets
 16-section safety data sheet (SDS)
 Several sections will not be mandatory since
they address inform...
Safety Data Sheet Format
1. Identification of the substance or mixture and of the supplier
2. Hazards identification
3. Co...
GHS Implementation Dates
Silica Standard
Proposed
 OSHA's Notice of
Proposed Rulemaking
(NPRM) for
Occupational Exposure
to Respirable Crystalline...
Crane Standard-Changes
Digger Derrick
Exemption Expanded
 Setting Pad Transformers
is exempted
 Telecommunication work
e...
Emphasis Programs
Emphasis Programs in WI
Construction for FY 2014
• Lead
• Silica
• Falls and Ladders
• Trenching/Excavation
• Hex Chrome
•...
2014 Initiatives
Heat Campaign
Falls in Construction
 Plan ahead before
starting each and every
job.
 Provide the right
...
Temporary and
Vulnerable Workers
“The Expendables”
Staffing Agencies +
Youth
Older Worker
Foreign Born
Distracted Driving
Most Frequently Cited Standards
Top 10 For 2013
 #1 Fall Protection; 8,241
 #2 Hazard communication: 6,156 (refers
mainl...
Most Frequently Cited Standards
Top 10 For 2013
 #6 Powered industrial trucks: 3,340;
 #7 Ladders: 3,311;
 #8 Lockout/t...
Fall Protection
29 CFR 1926.501
Falls are among the most common causes
of serious work-related injuries and
deaths.
Employ...
2424
Any Fall Hazard Here?
2525
YES
Workers are exposed to a
fall hazard greater than 6
feet, while working near
stairwell opening.
Workers
must be
p...
2626
Is This a Fall Hazard?
2727
YES
Unprotected open-sided
floors 6 feet or more above
ground level.
Guardrail
systems, safety
net systems or
persona...
Eau
Claire
Madison
Milwaukee
Appleton
Wisconsin Compliance Assistance Specialists
Kelly Bubolz Leslie Ptak
U. S. Dept. of Labor - OSHA U. S. Dept. of Labor - OS...
Sources of Help
OSHA CONSULTATION SERVICE
 Through the free consultation service,
employers can:
 Find out about potenti...
Wisconsin OSHA
Safety Newsletter
• Construction and
General Industry
•Published 3-4 times
each year
• Focuses on
upcoming ...
OSHA Publications
 OSHA at a Glance
 Quick Cards
 Booklets
 Fact Sheets
 All About OSHA
E-OSHA Mobile Apps ListingOSHA Heat Tool
Sound Level Meters
2.1 iOS
2.2 Android
Chemical Safety
3.1 iOS
3.1.1 Emergency Re...
Questions
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  1. 1. Manitowoc Contractor Night OSHA Update Changes and Compliance for FY 2014 Kelly Bubolz Appleton, Area OSHA Office April 2, 2014
  2. 2. Topics  What’s up in Washington  We’re working!!!  Recent News  Hazard Communication  Initiatives and Emphasis for FY14  Inspections  Resources
  3. 3. Robert Bonack The NEW Appleton OSHA Area Director
  4. 4. New Area Office Team Leaders Charles Dave
  5. 5.  Injury and Illness Prevention Program  Confined Spaces in Construction  Silica  PELs (Permissible Exposure Limits) From Washington Regulatory Agenda
  6. 6. Recent News HazCom On March 26, 2012 OSHA adopted a large portion of GHS, the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals. December 2013
  7. 7. GHS Notable Changes Primary Changes in HazCom 1. Container Labeling 2. Material Safety Data Sheets 3. Employee Training
  8. 8. Written Program  OSHA did not modify the written hazard communication requirements except for minor terminology edits.
  9. 9. Safety Data Sheets  16-section safety data sheet (SDS)  Several sections will not be mandatory since they address information outside OSHA’s jurisdiction (Sections 12-15)  A new Appendix D, Safety Data Sheets, provides the details of what is to be included in each section
  10. 10. Safety Data Sheet Format 1. Identification of the substance or mixture and of the supplier 2. Hazards identification 3. Composition/information on ingredients 4. First-aid measures 5. Fire-fighting measures 6. Accidental release measures 7. Handling and storage 8. Exposure controls/personal protection. 9. Physical and chemical properties 10. Stability and reactivity 11. Toxicological information 12. Ecological information (non-mandatory) 13. Disposal considerations (non-mandatory) 14. Transport information (non-mandatory) 15. Regulatory information (non-mandatory) 16. Other information, including date of preparation or last revision
  11. 11. GHS Implementation Dates
  12. 12. Silica Standard Proposed  OSHA's Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) for Occupational Exposure to Respirable Crystalline Silica was published in the Federal Register on September 12, 2013.
  13. 13. Crane Standard-Changes Digger Derrick Exemption Expanded  Setting Pad Transformers is exempted  Telecommunication work exempted Proposed Certification Extension: May 22,2013  WASHINGTON – The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has announced that it will propose to extend the compliance date for the crane operator certification requirement by three years to Nov. 10, 2017. The proposal would also extend to the same date the existing phase-in requirement that employers ensure that their operators are qualified to operate the equipment.
  14. 14. Emphasis Programs
  15. 15. Emphasis Programs in WI Construction for FY 2014 • Lead • Silica • Falls and Ladders • Trenching/Excavation • Hex Chrome • Isocyanate • Powered Industrial Vehicles (PIVs)* * Complaint Based or Observed During an Inspection
  16. 16. 2014 Initiatives Heat Campaign Falls in Construction  Plan ahead before starting each and every job.  Provide the right equipment.  Train workers to properly use equipment when on roofs, ladders, and scaffolds.  Drink water often, take breaks, and limit time in the heat to help prevent heat illness.  Educate workers on Heat Stress.  Acclimate workers to work in hot conditions. June 2-6 2014 Safety Standown
  17. 17. Temporary and Vulnerable Workers “The Expendables” Staffing Agencies + Youth Older Worker Foreign Born
  18. 18. Distracted Driving
  19. 19. Most Frequently Cited Standards Top 10 For 2013  #1 Fall Protection; 8,241  #2 Hazard communication: 6,156 (refers mainly to labeling hazard chemicals);  #3 Scaffolding: 5,423;  #4 Respiratory protection: 3,879;  #5 Electrical, wiring methods: 3,452;
  20. 20. Most Frequently Cited Standards Top 10 For 2013  #6 Powered industrial trucks: 3,340;  #7 Ladders: 3,311;  #8 Lockout/tagout: 3,254 (refers to protecting employees from hazardous energy sources on machines and equipment);  #9 Electrical, general requirement: 2,745;  #10 Machine guarding: 2,701
  21. 21. Fall Protection 29 CFR 1926.501 Falls are among the most common causes of serious work-related injuries and deaths. Employers must set up the work place to prevent employees from falling off of overhead platforms, elevated work stations or into holes in the floor and walls.
  22. 22. 2424 Any Fall Hazard Here?
  23. 23. 2525 YES Workers are exposed to a fall hazard greater than 6 feet, while working near stairwell opening. Workers must be protected from falls over 6 feet.
  24. 24. 2626 Is This a Fall Hazard?
  25. 25. 2727 YES Unprotected open-sided floors 6 feet or more above ground level. Guardrail systems, safety net systems or personal fall arrest systems are required.
  26. 26. Eau Claire Madison Milwaukee Appleton
  27. 27. Wisconsin Compliance Assistance Specialists Kelly Bubolz Leslie Ptak U. S. Dept. of Labor - OSHA U. S. Dept. of Labor - OSHA 1648 Tri Park Way 4802 E. Broadway Appleton, WI 54914 Madison, WI 53716 (920) 734-4521 (608) 441-5388 Mary Bauer Jim Lutz U. S. Dept. Of Labor - OSHA U. S. Dept. of Labor - OSHA 1310 W. Clairemont Ave 310 W. Wisconsin Ave Eau Claire, WI 54701 Milwaukee, WI 53203 (715) 832-9019 (414) 297-3315
  28. 28. Sources of Help OSHA CONSULTATION SERVICE  Through the free consultation service, employers can:  Find out about potential hazards at their worksites,  Improve their occupational safety and health management systems, and  Perhaps qualify for a one-year exemption from routine OSHA inspection.  The service is delivered by state governments using well-trained professional staff.  Primarily targeted for smaller businesses, this safety and health consultation program is completely separate from the OSHA inspection effort.  No citations are issued or penalties proposed. 800-947-0553
  29. 29. Wisconsin OSHA Safety Newsletter • Construction and General Industry •Published 3-4 times each year • Focuses on upcoming and hot topics • Provides Regional fatality data and most frequently cited issues
  30. 30. OSHA Publications  OSHA at a Glance  Quick Cards  Booklets  Fact Sheets  All About OSHA
  31. 31. E-OSHA Mobile Apps ListingOSHA Heat Tool Sound Level Meters 2.1 iOS 2.2 Android Chemical Safety 3.1 iOS 3.1.1 Emergency Response 3.1.2 NIOSH Pocket Guides 3.1.3 Others 3.2 Android 3.2.1 Safety Talks iPhone App $2.99 3.2.2 iSpirometer - $0.99 3.2.3 MSDSs - $3.99 3.2.4 HazRef - Free 3.2.5 Safety Talks Lite FREE! 3.2.6 Safety Smart-Construction $41.99 3.2.7 OSHA News Reader FREE! 3.2.8 OSHA Compliance Checklist $0.99 3.2.9 OSHA Mobile FREE! 3.2.10 iOSHA 1910 e-Reference $8.99 3.2.11 iOSHA 1928 e-Reference $8.99 3.2.12 eLCOSH on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube 3.2.13 MobileReflex 3.2.14 Skill-Pill M-Learning 3.2.15 STARS Enterprise iPhone App 3.2.16 Crosby User’s Guide for Lifting 3.2.17 Crosby Block Selection and Application Guide
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