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Fy2014 mfc construction OSHA

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Fy2014 mfc construction OSHA

  1. 1. OSHA Federal Standards October 1, 2013 – September 30, 2014
  2. 2. NUMBER OF SERIOUS VIOLATIONS – FY 2014 29CFR1926. 690 694 762 878 1145 1240 1351 1409 1585 4301 501(b)(10) 451(e)(1) 453(b)(2)(v) 451(g)(1) 100(a) 102(a)(1) 503(a)(1) 501(b)(1) 1053(b)(1) 501(b)(13) MOST FREQUENTLY CITED SERIOUS VIOLATIONS IN CONSTRUCTION 2014 2 1926OverallMFC FALL PROTECTION – RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION PORTABLE LADDERS NOT EXTENDED 3 FEET ABOVE LANDING FALL PROTECTION – UNPROTECTED SIDES & EDGES FALL PROTECTION – TRAINING EYE AND FACE PROTECTION HEAD PROTECTION SCAFFOLDS – FALL PROTECTION AERIAL LIFTS – FALL PROTECTION SAFE ACCESS FALL PROTECTION – ROOFING WORK ON LOW-SLOPED ROOFS M X M M E E L L L M 29CFR1926SUBPARTS
  3. 3. NUMBER OF SERIOUS VIOLATIONS – FY 2014 29CFR1926. 77 126 274 439 614 28(a) 25(a) 20(b)(1) 21(b)(2) 20(b)(2) GENERAL SAFETY & HEALTH [1926.20 – 35] 3 EMPLOYEE TRAINING PROGRAMS PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT – EMPLOYER RESPONSIBILITY INITIATE AND MAINTAIN ACCIDENT PREVENTION PROGRAMS INSPECTIONS BY A COMPETENT PERSON SUBPARTC HOUSEKEEPING
  4. 4. NUMBER OF SERIOUS VIOLATIONS – FY 2014 29CFR1926. 31 32 33 36 38 62(d)(1)(iii) 51(f)(1) 62(d)(2)(v)(B) 62(d)(2)(v)(C) 50(g) OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS [1926.50 – 66] 4 WASHING FACILITIES FOR HARMFUL CONTAMINANTS Lead – Employer Personal Full-shift Sampling EMERGENCY EYEWASH/SHOWER Lead – Change Areas Provided Prior to Exposure Assessment LEAD – PROTECTIVE CLOTHING & EQUIPMENT PROVIDED PRIOR TO EXPOSURE ASSESSMENT SUBPARTD
  5. 5. NUMBER OF SERIOUS VIOLATIONS – FY 2014 29CFR1926. 12 26 274 1145 1240 95(d)(1) 102(a)(2) 95(a) 100(a) 102(a)(1) PERSONAL PROTECTIVE & LIFE SAVING EQUIPMENT [1926.95 – 107] 5 EYE AND FACE PROTECTION HEAD PROTECTION PPE – PROVIDED USED & MAINTAINED SUBPARTE PAYMENT FOR PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT REQUIRED EYE & FACE PROTECTION – ANSI REQUIREMENTS
  6. 6. NUMBER OF SERIOUS VIOLATIONS – FY 2014 29CFR1926. 25 27 28 43 56 150(c)(1)(viii) 150(a)(4) 153(o) 150(c)(1)(vi) 150(c)(1)(i) 2A FIRE EXTINGUISHER PROVIDED PER 3000 SQ FT OF BUILDING AREA EXTINGUISHERS WITH 50 FT OF 5 GALLONS OF FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS PROTECTING LP GAS SYSTEMS PROTECTED FROM VEHICULAR DAMAGE FIRE PROTECTION & PREVENTION [1926.150 – 159] 6 SUBPARTF PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS INSPECTED PERIODICALLY & MAINTAINED INSPECTION & MAINTENANCE OF FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT
  7. 7. NUMBER OF SERIOUS VIOLATIONS – FY 2014 29CFR1926. 2 2 10 12 17 200(a) 202 201(a) 200(g)(2) 200(g)(1) SIGNS, SIGNALS & BARRICADES [1926.200 – 203] 7 TRAFFIC SIGNS AT POINTS OF HAZARD TRAFFIC CONTROL SIGNS/DEVICES FLAGGERS - SIGNALING SUBPARTG BARRICADES CONFORMING TO PART VI OF THE MUTCD VISIBILITY OF SIGNS AND SYMBOLS
  8. 8. NUMBER OF SERIOUS VIOLATIONS – FY 2014 29CFR1926. MATERIALS STORED TO PREVENT SLIDING FALLING, OR COLLAPSE 9 9 10 17 18 251(a)(2)(i) 250(a)(1) 251(b)(1) 251(a)(1) 252(a) MATERIALS HANDLING, STORAGE, USE & DISPOSAL [1926.250 – 252] 8 GENERAL RIGGING EQUIPMENT IDENTIFICATION EXTERIOR DROP CHUTES RIGGING EQUIPMENT INSPECTION & REMOVAL FROM SERVICE WELDED ALLOY STEEL CHAIN SLING IDENTIFICATION SUBPARTH
  9. 9. NUMBER OF SERIOUS VIOLATIONS – FY 2014 29CFR1926. 39 39 40 66 101 300(b)(2) 304(i)(1) 304(f) 304(d) 300(b)(1) TOOLS: HAND & POWER [1926.300 – 307] 9 GUARDING OF ROTATING/MOVING PARTS GUARDING OF CIRCULAR HAND-HELD RIPSAWS TOOLS DESIGNED FOR GUARDS – GUARDS IN PLACE GUARDING OF PORTABLE CIRCULAR SAWS WOODWORKING TOOLS – ANSI REQUIREMENTS SUBPARTI
  10. 10. NUMBER OF SERIOUS VIOLATIONS – FY 2014 29CFR1926. 9 10 14 22 28 352(d) 350(a)(7) 351(b)(4) 350(a)(9) 350(a)(10) WELDING & CUTTING [1926.350 -354] 10 SECURING OF CYLINDERS WHILE IN USE FIRE EXTINGUISHING EQUIPMENT IMMEDIATELY AVAILABLE CYLINDERS SECURED UPRIGHT OXYGEN AND FUEL-GAS CYLINDER STORAGE USING CABLES NEEDING REPAIR SUBPARTJ
  11. 11. NUMBER OF SERIOUS VIOLATIONS – FY 2014 29CFR1926. 142 175 195 212 315 404(b)(1)(i) 403(b)(2) 405(g)(2)(iv) 416(e)(1) 404(f)(6) ELECTRICAL [1926.400 – 449] 11 EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION AND USE GROUND FAULT PROTECTION GROUNDING PATH WORN/FRAYED CORDS AND CABLES FLEXIBLE CORD STRAIN RELIEF SUBPARTK
  12. 12. NUMBER OF SERIOUS VIOLATIONS – FY 2014 29CFR1926. 402 604 694 762 878 454(a) 451(b)(1) 451(e)(1) 453(b)(2)(v) 451(g)(1) SCAFFOLDS [1926.450 – 454] 12 FULL PLANKING TRAINING FOR SCAFFOLD USERS FALL PROTECTION AERIAL LIFTS – FALL PROTECTION SAFE ACCESS SUBPARTL
  13. 13. NUMBER OF SERIOUS VIOLATIONS – FY 2014 29CFR1926. 538 690 1351 1409 4301 501(b)(11) 501(b)(10) 503(a)(1) 501(b)(1) 501(b)(13) FALL PROTECTION [1926.500 – 503] 13 ROOFING WORK ON LOW-SLOPED ROOFS ROOFING WORK ON STEEP ROOFS RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION UNPROTECTED SIDES & EDGES FALL HAZARD TRAINING SUBPARTM
  14. 14. NUMBER OF SERIOUS VIOLATIONS – FY 2014 29CFR1926. 2 2 24 552(b)(1)(ii) 554(a)(1) 552(a)(1) HELICOPTERS, HOISTS, ELEVATORS, AND CONVEYORS [1926.550 – 556] 14 HOISTS & ELEVATORS – COMPLYING WITH MANUFACTURER’S RECOMMENDATIONS MATERIAL HOISTS – RIDING PROHIBITED EXCEPT DURING INSPECTION & MAINTENANCE OVERHEAD HOISTS – SAFE WORKING LOAD POSTED AND NOT TO BE EXCEEDED SUBPARTN
  15. 15. NUMBER OF SERIOUS VIOLATIONS – FY 2014 29CFR1926. 11 24 37 47 50 602(c)(1)(vii) 602(c)(1)(viii)(A) 602(c)(1)(ii) 602(c)(1)(vi) 602(d) MOTOR VEHICLES, MECHANIZED EQUIPMENT, & MARINE OPERATIONS [1926.600 – 606] 15 INDUSTRIAL TRUCK OPERATOR TRAINING INDUSTRIAL TRUCKS ANSI B56.1-1969 REQUIREMENTS MODIFICATIONS THAT AFFECT CAPACITY RATING SAFE RIDING SPACE ON INDUSTRIAL TRUCKS SAFETY PLATFORM SECURED TO CARRIAGE OR FORKS SUBPARTO
  16. 16. NUMBER OF SERIOUS VIOLATIONS – FY 2014 29CFR1926. 49 171 171 261 517 651(k)(2) 652(j)(2) 651(k)(1) 652(c)(2) 652(a)(1) EXCAVATIONS [1926.650 – 652] COMPETENT PERSON - INSPECTION AND EMPLOYEE REMOVAL COMPETENT PERSON - INSPECTIONS PROTECTION FROM FALLING/ROLLING MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT SAFE EGRESS CAVE-IN PROTECTION SUBPARTP 16
  17. 17. NUMBER OF SERIOUS VIOLATIONS – FY 2014 29CFR1926. CONCRETE & MASONRY CONSTRUCTION [1926.700 – 706] 17 REINFORCING STEEL GUARDING FORMWORK CAPABLE OF SUPPORTING ANTICIPATED LOADS LOCKOUT/TAGOUT OF BULK CEMENT STORAGE FACILITIES BRACING OF PRECAST MEMBERS UNTIL PERMANENTLY CONNECTED SEMICIRCULAR MASONRY SAW GUARDING SUBPARTQ 4 6 6 7 175 702(i)(1) 704(a) 703(a)(2) 703(a)(1) 701(b)
  18. 18. NUMBER OF SERIOUS VIOLATIONS – FY 2014 29CFR1926. 5 7 15 38 142 754(a) 760(c)(3) 760(b)(3) 761(b) 760(a)(1) STEEL ERECTION [1926.750 – 761] 18 UNSECURED DECKING IN CDZ EXCEEDING 3,000 SQFT. STRUCTURAL STABILITY DURING ERECTION PROCESSES PROTECTION FROM FALL HAZARDS FALL HAZARD TRAINING FALL PROTECTION FOR CONNECTION SUBPARTR
  19. 19. NUMBER OF SERIOUS VIOLATIONS – FY 2014 29CFR1926. DEMOLITION [1926.850 – 860] 19 REMOVAL OF STRUCTURAL OR LOAD-SUPPORTING MEMBERS SHORING AND BRACING OF WALLS AND FLOORS ENGINEERING SURVEY PRIOR TO DEMOLITION OPERATIONS CHUTE OPENING PROTECTED BY A GUARDRAIL NOT DROPPING MATERIALS OUTSIDE EXTERIOR WALLS SUBPARTT 5 6 6 6 48 850(b) 854(b) 852(a) 852(e) 850(a)
  20. 20. NUMBER OF SERIOUS VIOLATIONS – FY 2014 29CFR1926. 2 BLASTING AND THE USE OF EXPLOSIVES [1926.900 – 914] 20 INSPECTION OF BLASTED AREAS 910(b) SUBPARTU
  21. 21. NUMBER OF SERIOUS VIOLATIONS – FY 2014 29CFR1926. 3 POWER TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION [1926.950 – 968] 21 HOST EMPLOYER INFORMING CONTRACTOR OF INSTALLATION SAFETY CHARACTERISTICS 950(c)(1) SUBPARTV
  22. 22. NUMBER OF SERIOUS VIOLATIONS – FY 2014 29CFR1926. 2 3 1000(b) 1000(d) 22 REMOUNTING OF ROPS WITH EQUAL QUALITY OF ORIGINAL MOUNTING ROPS ON EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURED ON OR AFTER SEPT 1, 1972 SUBPARTW ROLLOVER PROTECTIVE STRUCTURE; OVERHEAD PROTECTION [1926.1000 – 1003]
  23. 23. NUMBER OF SERIOUS VIOLATIONS – FY 2014 29CFR1926. 162 276 295 454 1585 1053(b)(16) 1053(b)(13) 1060(a) 1053(b)(4) 1053(b)(1) STAIRWAYS AND LADDERS [1926.1050 – 1060] 23 USING TOP STEP AS A STEP USE OF DEFECTIVE PORTABLE LADDERS PORTABLE LADDER – 3 FEET ABOVE LANDING SURFACE APPROPRIATE USE LADDER & STAIRWAY HAZARD TRAINING SUBPARTX
  24. 24. NUMBER OF SERIOUS VIOLATIONS – FY 2014 29CFR1926. TOXIC & HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES [1926.1100 – 1152] 24 ASBESTOS – EXPOSURE MONITORING CLASS I, II, AND III WORK IN REGULATED AREA ASBESTOS – EXPOSURE ASSESSMENT BY A COMPETENT PERSON ASBESTOS – BUILDING OWNER DETERMINATION PRIOR TO WORK ASBESTOS – TRAINING PROGRAM SUBPARTZ 21 21 23 24 34 1101(e)(1) 1101(f)(1)(i) 1101(k)(9)(i) 1101(k)(2)(i) 1101(f)(2)(i)
  25. 25. NUMBER OF SERIOUS VIOLATIONS – FY 2014 29CFR1926. 9 10 11 12 18 1412(d)(1) 1412(e)(3)(i) 1417(c)(1) 1428(a) 1412(f)(1) CRANES AND DERRICKS IN CONSTRUCTION [1926.1400 – 1442] 25 INSPECTION DOCUMENTED & MAINTAINED SHIFT INSPECTIONS BY A COMPETENT PERSON EQUIPMENT INSPECTION EVERY 12 MONTHS SIGN PERSON QUALIFICATIONS OPERATION PROCEDURES OF EQUIPMENT SUBPARTCC

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