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Title: Most Frequently Cited Serious Violations


1
Most Frequently CitedSerious Violations
  • Construction FY 2006

2
Most Frequently Cited Serious Violationsin
Construction FY 2006
Fall protection Residential construction 6 or
more
Fall protection - Unprotected sides edges
Head protection
Scaffolds - Fall protection
Aerial lifts Body belt lanyard
Standard Subpart - 1926.
Fall hazards training program
Scaffolds - Access
-
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Portable ladders 3 feet above landing surface
Scaffolds - Platform construction
Employee training programs
There were also 362 Section 5(a)(1) violations
cited in construction SIC codes (1500 1799)
during this period.
3
Subpart C - General Safety Health(1926.20 - 35)
Employee training programs
Inspections by competent person
Initiate and maintain accident prevention programs
Housekeeping
Personal protective equipment Employer
responsibility
4
Subpart D - Occupational Health Environmental
Controls(1926.50 - 66)
Lead - Exposure assessment
First aid training
  • Lead Representative personal sampling

Lead Interim handwashing facilities
Lead Interim personal protective clothing
equipment
5
Subpart E - Personal Protective Life Saving
Equipment(1926.95 - 107)
Head protection
Eye face protection
PPE - Provided, used maintained
Life jackets/vests
Required eye face protection ANSI requirements
6
Subpart F - Fire Protection Prevention(1926.150
- 159)
2A fire extinguishers - Building area
Extinguishers within 50 ft. of flammables/combusti
bles
Flammable/combustible liquids dispensing units
Protection from damage
Extinguishers on each floor
Extinguishers in each service/fueling area
7
Subpart G - Signs, Signals Barricades(1926.200
- 203)
Traffic control signs/devices - Requirements
Traffic signs at points of hazard
Flaggers Proper signaling by use of
Visible signs symbols
Barricades - Requirements
8
Subpart H - Materials Handling, Storage, Use
Disposal (1926.250 - 252)
  • Rigging equipment inspection removal from
    service

Exterior drop chutes
Torn/cut synthetic web slings - Removal from
service
Rigging equipment Daily inspections
Alloy steel chain slings - Identification
9
Subpart I - Tools Hand Power(1926.300 - 307)
  • Woodworking tools - ANSI requirements

Tools designed for guards - Guards in place
Guarding of rotating/moving parts
Guarding of ripsaws
Guarding of circular crosscut table saws
10
Subpart J - Welding Cutting(1926.350 -354)
  • Cylinders secured upright

Oxygen cylinder storage
Valve protection caps
Oxygen and fuel gas regulators/gauges in working
order
Use of device to keep cylinders steady while in
use
11
Subpart K - Electrical(1926.400 - 449)
Grounding path
  • Ground fault protection

Equipment installation use
Ground-fault circuit interrupters
Flexible cords Strain relief
12
Subpart L - Scaffolds(1926.450 - 454)
  • Scaffolds above 10 ft. - Fall protection

Aerial lifts - Body belt lanyard
Scaffold access
Scaffold platform construction
Training for employees using scaffolds
13
Subpart M - Fall Protection(1926.500 - 503)
Fall protection - Residential construction 6 or
more
Fall protection - Unprotected sides edges
Fall hazards training program
Fall protection - Roofing work on low-slope roofs
Fall protection Steep roofs
14
Subpart N - Cranes, Derricks, Hoists, Elevators
Conveyors(1926.550 - 556)
Annual inspection of hoisting machinery
Swing radius at rear of crane barricaded
Cranes and derricks Manufacturers
specifications
ANSI Requirements
Clearances between power lines equipment
Employees kept clear of loads
15
Subpart O - Motor Vehicles, Mechanized Equipment,
Marine Operations(1926.600 - 606)
Industrial trucks - ANSI B56.1-1969
  • Earthmoving/compacting equipment - Reverse signal
    alarm

Lifting/hauling equipment - Use of safety platform
Bi-directional machines - Horn
Manufacturers written approval for modifications
16
Subpart P - Excavations (1926.650 - 652)
Employee protection in excavations - Protective
system use
Egress from trench excavations
Inspections by competent person
Protection from falling/rolling
materials/equipment
Competent person inspection - Employees removed
from hazard
17
Subpart Q - Concrete Masonry Construction(1926.
700 - 706)
  • Reinforcing steel - Guarding

Masonry walls - Bracing
Formwork Capable of supporting loads
Masonry walls Limited access zone prior to start
18
Subpart R Steel Erection(1926.750 - 761)
  • Protection from fall hazards

Fall hazard training
Fall protection for connectors 15 to 30
Fall protection for connectors More than 2
stories or 30
Perimeter safety cables
19
Subpart T - Demolition(1926.850 - 860)
  • Engineering survey - Prior to operations

Floor openings Curbs or stop-logs
Relocation/protection of utilities
Chutes No material dropped outside structure
unless protected
Stairs, passageways, ladders, etc. Inspected
and maintained
20
Subpart X - Ladders(1926.1050 - 1060)
Portable ladders 3 feet above landing surface
  • Stairrails handrails

Training program
Appropriate use of ladders
Stairway/ladder when 19 or more break in
elevation
21
Subpart Z - Toxic Hazardous Substances(1926.110
0 - 1152)
  • Asbestos - Exposure assessment by competent person

Asbestos - Training program
Asbestos Protective clothing
Asbestos - Class I, II, III asbestos work in
regulated areas
Asbestos - Monitoring
22
Respiratory Protection (1910.134)Cited in
Construction SIC Codes
Written respiratory protection program
  • Medical evaluation to determine employees
    ability to use respirator

Evaluation of respiratory hazards
Standard 1910.
Qualitative or quantitative fit testing
Employee demonstration of knowledge of respirator
23
Powered Industrial TruckOperator Training
1910.178(l)Cited in Construction SIC Codes
Operator competency
Training prior to truck operation
Operator certification
Standard 1910.
Operator evaluation every 3 years
24
Hazard Communication (1910.1200)Cited in
Construction SIC Codes
  • Written program

Information training
Material Safety Data Sheets
Standard 1910.
Training initially for new hazards
Material Safety Data Sheets readily accessible
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