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OSHA

Update

OSHA’s Mission


To Assure So Far as Possible
Every Working Man and Woman in
the Nation Safe and Healthful
Working Conditions...



OSHA Publishes White Paper on
I2P2


Over a billion $ per week in costs.


Many employers slow to adopt a

workplace "safety culture"


Effective injury and illness

prevention programs emphasize

top
-
level ownership of the

program, participation by employees, and a "find
and fix" approach to workplace hazards.


Injury and illness prevention programs need not be
resource
-
intensive and can be adapted to meet the
needs of any size organization.


OSHA Can Help You Prove to
Your Project Managers that
Safety Pays

OSHA Can Help You Prove to
Your Boss that Safety Pays


Table saw guard
-

$435


Heat Injury Prevention Program and
Training


10 employees
-

$1500


Kevlar


Glove
-

$42


10
-
hour OSHA Training


10 employees
-
$3000


Total Cost
-

$4977

OSHA Can Help You Prove to
Your Boss that Safety Pays


OSHA Can Help You Prove to
Your Boss that Safety Pays

National Emphasis Programs


Crystalline silica


Lead


Combustible dust


Oil refineries


Trenching hazards,


Amputations


Shipbreaking

operations


Recordkeeping


Chemical plants


Hexavalent Chromium

Regional Emphasis Programs


Sharps


Forklifts


Overhead Powerlines


Falls


Landscaping


Scrap metal

Site Specific Targeting

for 2011


Effective Date


September 9,
2011


2010 OSHA Data Initiative
-

2009 injury and illness data
collected


Approximately 3700 worksites on primary list


Trigger DARTs and DAFWIIs different for
manufacturing, non
-
manufacturing and nursing and
personal care facilities


National Average DART


1.8


National Average DAFWII


1.1


Comprehensive Safety inspection, possible
health inspection


No low
-
rate establishments


will be covered
by Recordkeeping NEP

SST 11

SST 11


Approximately 3000 manufacturing
establishments


DART rate at or above 7.0 or


DAFWII case rate at or above 5.0



Approximately 400 non
-
manufacturing
Establishments


DART rate at or above 15.0 or


DAFWII case rate at or above 14.0


Approximately 300 nursing and personal
care facilities (SIC 805)


DART rate at or above 16.0 or


DAFWII case rate at or above 13.0

Federal Agency Targeting
Inspection Program


FEDTARG 12


Designed to focus on specific federal
agency worksites experiencing a high
number of lost time cases


Nationwide inspection targeting program
for workplaces staffed by federal
employees or by contractors whose
work is supervised on a day
-
to
-
day basis
by federal agency personnel.


Directive Number: 11
-
04 (FAP 01)

FEDTARG 12


Primary list will come from randomly
selected establishments


100% of the establishments within the
Region’s jurisdiction reporting 100 or
more lost time cases (LTCs) during FY
2008


50% of the establishments reporting 50 to
99 LTCs


10% of the establishments reporting 20 to
49 LTCs.


All sites on the primary list must be
inspected.

FEDTARG 12


Comprehensive safety inspection


24 months


Possible comprehensive or partial health
inspection


Activities not supervised by the federal
agency with obvious hazards


VPP and partnerships

Prerules


Bloodborne Pathogens


Infectious Diseases


Injury and Illness Prevention Program


Reinforced Concrete in Construction and
preventing Backover Injuries and Fatalities


Standards Improvement Project IV


Vertical Tandem Lifts


Review/Lookback of OSHA Chemical
Standards


Proposed Rules


Occupational Exposure to Crystalline Silica


Improve Tracking of Workplace Injuries and
Illnesses


Occupational Injury and Illness Recording
and Reporting Requirements
--
NAICS Update
and Reporting Revisions


Updating OSHA Standards Based on
National Consensus Standards
--
Personal
Protection Equipment (Head Protection)

Final Rules


Confined Spaces in Construction


Electric Power Transmission and Distribution;
Electrical Protective Equipment


Walking Working Surfaces and Personal Fall
Protection Systems (Slips, Trips, and Fall
Prevention)


Hazard Communication


Revising the Underground Construction and
Demolition Standards To Make the Cranes and
Derricks in Construction Rule Applicable to Those
Activities


Cranes and Derricks in Construction: Revision to
Digger Derricks' Requirements

Direct Final Rule on Acetylene
Standard


December 5, 2011


Replaces a reference to an outdated
consensus standard with an updated
reference that reflects current industry
practices in the acetylene industry.


Take effect March 5, 2012, unless…


New Tire Charts


Demounting and
Mounting Procedures for
Tube
-
type Truck and Bus
Tires Chart


Demounting and
Mounting Procedures for
Tubeless Truck and Bus
Tires Chart


Multi
-
Piece Rim
Matching Chart


Servicing Multi
-
Piece
and Single
-
Piece Rim
Wheels 29 CFR 1910.177
Manual

12 Construction Educational
Videos

(in Spanish Also)


Falls in Construction


Floor Openings


Fixed Scaffolds


Bridge Decking


Reroofing


Leading Edge Work


Sprains and Strains in Construction


Pulling Cables


Laying Stone


Struck
-
by Accidents in
Construction


Vehicle Back
-
over


Swinging Cranes


Carbon Monoxide in Construction


Portable Gas
-
Powered Equipment


Excavations in Construction


Trenching


Soil Classification

New Factsheets For Preventing
Fatal Falls In Residential
Construction


Installing Roof
Trusses


Installing Roof Tiles


Roof Repairs

Other Issues


Workplace Violence


Distracted Driving


Man Who Extorted Tens Of Thousands Of
Dollars From New York City Construction
Sites Receives Jail Term


Anthony Lewis of Brooklyn, N.Y


Sentenced seven to 21 years in prison for posing as a government
inspector to extort tens of thousands of dollars from New York City building
contractors.


Many of the contractors victimized were members of minority groups or
were immigrants, primarily from Asia or the Middle East


Lewis, his partner, and other members of their organization visited
construction job sites carrying clipboards and video cameras, and wearing
hardhats bearing their organization's name, making it appear that they
worked for a government agency.


Payoffs of $300 to $10,000.


If contractors refused to pay, reports of false violations and hazards were
made to New York City agencies, including the Department of Buildings and
the Police and Fire Departments, and federal agencies, such as OSHA and
the Department of Housing and Urban Development.



Most Frequently Cited Standards

Manufacturing (SIC 20
-
39) FY 11

Lockout/Tagout

1910.147

Hazard Communication

1910.1200

Machine Guarding


General Requirements

1910.212

Respiratory Protection

1910.134

Electrical


Wiring Methods

1910.305

Powered Industrial Trucks

1910.178

Electrical


General Requirements

1910.303

Machine Guarding


Power Transmission Apparatus

1910.219

Machine Guarding


Abrasive Wheel

1910.215

Recordkeeping Forms

1904.29

Most Frequently Cited Standards

Construction (SIC 15
-
17) FY 11

Fall Protection


Duty to Have Protection

1926.501

Scaffolds


General Requirements

1926.451

Ladders

1926.1053

Fall Protection


Training

1926.503

Head Protection

1926.100

General Safety and Health Provisions

1926.20

Hazard Communication

1910.1200

Eye and Face Protection

1926.102

Electrical General Wiring Methods

1926.405

Trenching

1926.651

Most Frequently Cited Standards

Service Industry (SIC 70
-
89) FY 11

Bloodborne Pathogens

1910.1030

Hazard Communication

1910.1200

Respiratory Protection

1910.134

Electrical


Wiring Methods

1910.305

Electrical


General Requirements

1910.303

Personal Protective Equipment


General Requirements

1910.132

Recordkeeping


Forms

1904.29

Portable Fire Extinguisher

1910.157

Lockout/Tagout

1910.147

Medical Services and First Aid

1910.151

Federal Field Safety and Health
Councils


Federal agencies’ participation required


Meetings every 2 months


Companies who have contracts with
federal agencies are also encouraged to
participate

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