Osha 10 112812

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  • A little background on me, I’m the vice president of products & IT at KPA, I’ve been a California Registered Environmental Assessor for the past 8 years, I have a degree in Environmental Toxicology from the University of California at Davis and I have 15 years of dealership experience. Prior to working for KPA I did environmental remediation work at air force bases across the country.
  • Often it’s employee equipment that gets a dealer in trouble here…Floor surfacesHousekeeping
  • Check your Manometeror other flow meter6H Rules & Chemical usage4” Lip on mixing room door that leads to another room… Designed that way but mats, cardboard or buildup on a floor can destroy compliance.
  • Most common violations here – ignition sources & electrocution hazards (look around flammable liquids & wet areas)Ground plug story on older grinder in body shop & employee electrocution
  • This is an OSHA inspectors favorite citation… It’s not subjective and never gets overturned on appeal.
  • Review Compliant ElementsAverageHazcom violation $2,500 per missing element – high KPA has seen for a dealership $42,000Discuss protocol for an OSHA Hazcom inspection
  • Osha 10 112812

    1. 1. OSHA’s Top 10 Most Cited Eric Schmitz KPA Vice President Product & Business Development September 20, 2013 eric@kpaonline.com 303-228-8766 92,704 Inspections (Fiscal Year 2011)
    2. 2. Moderator Becky Ross Marketing Manager Office: (303) 228-8753 bross@kpaonline.com
    3. 3. www.DealerWebinars.com Membership • One-click Registration • Webinar History • Exclusive Members Only Content
    4. 4. Environmental & Safety – Ask The Expert Eric Schmitz • VP Product & Business Development at KPA • California Registered Environmental Assessor • 17 years of dealer experience • eschmitz@kpaonline.com • 303-228-8766
    5. 5. Interact During the Webinar! #DealerWeb Becky Ross @kpaonline
    6. 6. OSHA Statistics As compiled from October 2010 to September 2012 http://www.osha.gov/oshstats/index.html OSHA Inspectors & Offices: 2,200 inspectors responsible for the health and safety of 130 million workers, OSHA has 10 regional offices and 90 local area offices. OSHA Inspections: Federal inspections: 40,993 in 2010 & 40,648 in 2011 18(b) State Plan inspections: 57,124 in 2010 & 52,056 in 2011 OSHA Budget: 2010: $558,620,000 2011: $573,000,000 [source: OSHA Directorate of Enforcement Programs]
    7. 7. AND NOW THE TOP 10 MOST FREQUENTLY CITED
    8. 8. #10 Improperly Maintained Eyewash (New in 2012) • Access / Location (15 sec) • Maintenance / Inspections • Clean /Sanitary • Water Quality / Temperature
    9. 9. #9 GENERAL DUTY CLAUSE (#4 LAST YEAR)
    10. 10. #8 FLAMMABLE & COMBUSTIBLE LIQUIDS (#10 LAST YEAR) • Airflow • Chemical Usage • Ignition Sources • Paint Room Berm
    11. 11. #7 PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS (#6 LAST YEAR) • Availability • Location • Signage • Monthly Inspections • Annual Certifications • 6-year tests
    12. 12. #6 EXIT ROUTES & EMERGENCY ACTION PLANS (#8 LAST YEAR) • Blocked Exit “Serious Violation” = $32,500 Serious Violation “Death or Serious Physical harm is likely to result from hazards about which the employer knew or should have known” • Do you have a written plan?
    13. 13. #5 POWERED INDUSTRIAL TRUCKS (#7 LAST YEAR) • Training – Classroom & Operator • Inspections • Usage • Missing Equipment - Don’t forget the seatbelt!
    14. 14. #4 ELECTRICAL SAFETY REQUIREMENTS (#5 LAST YEAR) • Openings • Labels • Frayed Cords • Drop Lights
    15. 15. #3 UNGUARDED MACHINERY (#3 LAST YEAR) Grinder • Condition of wheel • Tool Rest & Tongue Guard • Properly Mounted • Safety Shield • PPE
    16. 16. #2 RESPIRATORY PROTECTION (#2 LAST YEAR) • Written Program • Medical Evaluations • Training • Fit Testing • Appendix D
    17. 17. #1 HAZARD COMMUNICATION (#1 LAST YEAR) • Written Program • Chemical Inventory • Material Safety Data Sheets • Container Labeling • Employee Training
    18. 18. The Complete List 1. Hazard Communication 2. Respiratory Protection 3. Unguarded Machinery (Parts Grinder) 4. Electrical Safety Requirements 5. Powered Industrial Trucks 6. Exit Routes and Emergency Action Plans 7. Portable Fire Extinguishers 8. Flammable & Combustible Liquids (primarily at collision centers) 9. General Duty Clause 10. Improperly Maintained Emergency Eyewash Stations
    19. 19. Recent Citation Article
    20. 20. OTHER IMPORTANT ISSUES THAT DIDN’T MAKE THE LIST • Medical Services & First Aid (#9 in 2011) • Housekeeping (Loss Prevention) • Automotive Lifts (Very Recent Enforcement) see: www.osha.gov/pls/imis/generalsearch.html
    21. 21. Bonus Questions • EPA Largest Citation?
    22. 22. Bonus Questions • EPA Largest Citation? AC Section 609 Compliance
    23. 23. Bonus Questions • EPA Largest Citation? AC Section 609 Compliance • DOT Largest Citation?
    24. 24. Bonus Questions • EPA Largest Citation? AC Section 609 Compliance • DOT Largest Citation? Improper HazMat By Air Shipments
    25. 25. Actual Dollars Paid by Dealers Issue State Amount Training not provided for service technicians who operate lifts Training not provided for vehicle positioning on lifts CO CA $1,875 $9,000 Inadequate ventilation in paint mixing area (sealed vent) Medical Evaluations not completed for respirator wearers CT CT $4,000 $2,800 Air lines with solid nozzle tips at 100psi in use (greater than 30psi) Compressed air at more than 10psi used to clean clothing IN CA $1,200 $5,060 110V breaker box had uncovered openings 220V breaker box had uncovered openings 240V breaker box had uncovered openings MD IN CA $650 $1,600 $4,385 Safety devices removed from in-ground lifts Lift inspections and preventative maintenance not completed CA CO $11,250 $1,875 Missing grinder tool rest NV $4,500 Floor sill at mixing room entrance less than 4 inches in height TX $1,925 Wash rack employees don’t have neoprene gloves or glasses TX $2,925 General Duty - floor not reasonably free of oil, grease or water CA $900 Unlabeled Detail bottles FL $825
    26. 26. Contact Us Becky Ross 303.228.8753 bross@kpaonline.com Eric Schmitz 303.228.8766 eschmitz@kpaonline.com

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