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Premium member Presentation Transcript Most Frequently CitedSerious Violations: Most Frequently Cited Serious Violations Construction – FY 2004Most Frequently Cited Serious Violationsin Construction – FY 2004: Most Frequently Cited Serious Violations in Construction – FY 2004 Fall hazards training program Head protection Scaffolds - Platform construction Excavations - Protection of employees Aerial lifts – Body belt & lanyard Scaffolds - Fall protection Fall protection - Unprotected sides & edges Fall protection – Residential construction 6’ or more Portable ladders 3 feet above landing surface Scaffolds - Access Standard & Subpart - 1926. - - There were also 400 Section 5(a)(1) violations cited in construction SIC codes during this period.Subpart C - General Safety & Health(1926.20 - 35): Subpart C - General Safety & Health (1926.20 - 35) Employee training programs Inspections by competent person Initiate and maintain accident prevention programs Personal protective equipment – Employer responsibility HousekeepingSubpart D - Occupational Health & Environmental Controls(1926.50 - 66) : Subpart D - Occupational Health & Environmental Controls (1926.50 - 66) Gases, vapors, fumes, dusts & mists - Employee exposure Lead - Exposure assessment First aid training Lead – Representative personal sampling Gases, vapors, etc. – Administrative/Engineering controlsSubpart E - Personal Protective & Life Saving Equipment(1926.95 - 107): Subpart E - Personal Protective & Life Saving Equipment (1926.95 - 107) Head protection Lifesaving skiff for employees working over water PPE - Provided, used and maintained Eye and face protection Life jackets/vestsSubpart F - Fire Protection & Prevention(1926.150 - 159): Subpart F - Fire Protection & Prevention (1926.150 - 159) Extinguishers within 50 ft. of flammables/combustibles 2A fire extinguishers - Building area Fire protection program LP-Gas systems – Protection from vehicular traffic Extinguishers on each floorSubpart G - Signs, Signals & Barricades(1926.200 - 203): Subpart G - Signs, Signals & Barricades (1926.200 - 203) Traffic control signs/devices - Requirements Barricades - Requirements Flaggers – Proper signaling by and use of Traffic signs at points of hazard Visible signs and symbolsSubpart H - Materials Handling, Storage, Use & Disposal (1926.250 - 252): Subpart H - Materials Handling, Storage, Use & Disposal (1926.250 - 252) Rigging equipment inspection & removal from service Torn/cut synthetic web slings - Removal from service Slings – Daily inspections Exterior drop chutes Unsafe synthetic web slings – Removal from serviceSubpart I - Tools: Hand & Power(1926.300 - 307): Subpart I - Tools: Hand & Power (1926.300 - 307) Woodworking tools - ANSI requirements Guarding of rotating/moving parts Tools designed for guards - Guards in place Guarding of circular saws Guarding of circular hand-fed ripsawsSubpart J - Welding & Cutting(1926.350 -354): Subpart J - Welding & Cutting (1926.350 -354) Cylinders secured upright Fire extinguishing equipment in area Oxygen cylinder storage Valve protection caps Regulators/Gauges in working orderSubpart K - Electrical(1926.400 - 449): Subpart K - Electrical (1926.400 - 449) Branch circuits - Ground fault protection/ Assured equipment grounding conductor program Grounding path Equipment installation and use Ground-fault circuit interrupters Flexible cords – Strain reliefSubpart L - Scaffolds(1926.450 - 454): Subpart L - Scaffolds (1926.450 - 454) Scaffolds above 10 ft. - Fall protection Scaffold access Scaffold platform construction Aerial lifts - Body belt and lanyard Training for employees using scaffoldsSubpart M - Fall Protection(1926.500 - 503): Subpart M - Fall Protection (1926.500 - 503) Fall protection - Residential construction 6’ or more Fall hazards training program Fall protection - Unprotected sides & edges Fall protection - Roofing work on low-slope roofs Fall protection – Steep roofsSubpart N - Cranes, Derricks, Hoists, Elevators & Conveyors(1926.550 - 556): Subpart N - Cranes, Derricks, Hoists, Elevators & Conveyors (1926.550 - 556) Crawler, locomotive, & truck cranes - ANSI B30.5-1968 Cranes and derricks – Manufacturers’ specifications Hoisting machinery – Annual inspection Clearances between power lines and equipment Swing radius at rear of crane barricadedSubpart O - Motor Vehicles, Mechanized Equipment, & Marine Operations(1926.600 - 606): Subpart O - Motor Vehicles, Mechanized Equipment, & Marine Operations (1926.600 - 606) Earthmoving/compacting equipment - Reverse signal alarm Bi-directional machines - Horn Seat belts Lifting/hauling equipment - Use of safety platform Industrial trucks - ANSI B56.1-1969Slide16: Subpart P - Excavations (1926.650 - 652) Employee protection in excavations - Protective system use Inspections by competent person Protection from falling/rolling materials/equipment Egress from trench excavations Competent person inspection - Employees removed from hazardSubpart Q - Concrete & Masonry Construction(1926.700 - 706): Subpart Q - Concrete & Masonry Construction (1926.700 - 706) Reinforcing steel - Guarding Masonry walls - Bracing Masonry walls – Limited access zone prior to startSubpart R – Steel Erection(1926.750 - 761): Subpart R – Steel Erection (1926.750 - 761) Protection from fall hazards Written notification prior to steel erection Fall protection for connectors – 15’ to 30’ Fall hazard training Fall protection for connectors – More than 2 stories or 30’ Columns anchored by anchor rodsSubpart T - Demolition(1926.850 - 860): Subpart T - Demolition (1926.850 - 860) Engineering survey - Prior to operations Stairs, passageways, ladders – Inspected and maintained Chute openings protected Floor openings covered Wall openings protectedSubpart X - Ladders(1926.1050 - 1060): Subpart X - Ladders (1926.1050 - 1060) Stairrails & handrails Portable ladders 3 feet above landing surface Top of stepladder not to be used as a step Training program Appropriate use of laddersSubpart Z - Toxic & Hazardous Substances(1926.1100 - 1152): Subpart Z - Toxic & Hazardous Substances (1926.1100 - 1152) Asbestos - Exposure assessment by competent person Asbestos - Class I, II, & III asbestos work in regulated areas Asbestos - Protective clothing Asbestos - Training program Asbestos - Monitoring Asbestos – Vacuum cleaners with HEPA filters Asbestos – Wet methods or wetting agentsRespiratory Protection (1910.134)Cited in Construction SIC Codes: Respiratory Protection (1910.134) Cited in Construction SIC Codes Medical evaluation to determine employee’s ability to use respirator Fit testing prior to initial use and annually Evaluation of respiratory hazards Qualitative or quantitative fit testing Written respiratory protection program Standard: 1910.Powered Industrial TruckOperator Training [1910.178(l)]Cited in Construction SIC Codes: Powered Industrial Truck Operator Training [1910.178(l)] Cited in Construction SIC Codes Training prior to truck operation Evaluation of operator once every 3 years Operator certification Standard: 1910. Operator competencyHazard Communication (1910.1200)Cited in Construction SIC Codes: Hazard Communication (1910.1200) Cited in Construction SIC Codes Written program Information and training Material Safety Data Sheets readily accessible Training initially and for new hazards Material Safety Data Sheets Standard: 1910. You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.