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Published on January 18, 2008

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2005 Most Frequently Cited Construction Standards:  2005 Most Frequently Cited Construction Standards www.wisafety.com 2005 Most Frequently Cited Construction Standards:  2005 Most Frequently Cited Construction Standards Fall protection – Unprotected sides and edges Head protection Fall protection – Residential 6 feet or more Scaffolds - Access Aerial lifts – Body belt and lanyard Scaffolds – Platform construction Employee training programs Fall hazards training Ladders 3 feet above landing surface Plus 334 General Duty Clause Citations Scaffolds – Fall protection 2005 Subpart C 1926.20-35 General Safety and Health:  2005 Subpart C 1926.20-35 General Safety and Health Inspections by competent person Initiate and maintain accident prevention programs Housekeeping Personal protective equipment Employee training programs 2005 Subpart D 1926.50-66 Occupational Health and Environmental Controls:  2005 Subpart D 1926.50-66 Occupational Health and Environmental Controls Employee exposure to gases, vapors, fumes, dusts and mists Admin/Engineering controls of gases, vapors, fumes, dusts and mists Lead – Interim PPE First aid training Lead – Exposure assessment 2005 Subpart E 1926.95-107 Personal Protective & Life Saving Equipment:  2005 Subpart E 1926.95-107 Personal Protective & Life Saving Equipment Head protection PPE – Provided, used and maintained Required eye and face protection meeting ANSI Life jackets and vests Eye and face protection 2005 Subpart F 1926.150.159 Fire Protection and Prevention:  2005 Subpart F 1926.150.159 Fire Protection and Prevention LP-Gas systems- Protection from vehicular traffic Flammable/combustible liquids dispensers- protect from damage Fire protection program 2A fire extinguishers for the building area Extinguishers within 50 feet of flammables/combustibles 2005 Subpart G 1926.200-203 Signs, Signals & Barricades:  2005 Subpart G 1926.200-203 Signs, Signals & Barricades Visible signs and symbols Traffic control signs/devices - requirements Flaggers – proper signaling by and use of Barricade requirements Traffic signs at points of hazard 2005 Subpart H 1926.250.252 Materials Handling, Storage, Use & Disposal:  2005 Subpart H 1926.250.252 Materials Handling, Storage, Use & Disposal Identification of Ally steel chain slings Torn/cut synthetic web slings- removal from service Customized rigging equipment marked and proof tested Exterior drop chutes Rigging equipment inspection & removal from service 2005 Subpart I 1926.300-307 Tools: Hand & Power:  2005 Subpart I 1926.300-307 Tools: Hand & Power ANSI requirements for woodworking tools Guarding of circular crosscut table saws Guarding of circular saws Circular saw blade guarding Guards in place on tools that are designed for guards 2005 Subpart J 1926.350-354 Welding and Cutting:  2005 Subpart J 1926.350-354 Welding and Cutting Valve protection caps Cylinders secured upright Fire extinguishing equipment in area Oxygen cylinder storage Use of device to keep cylinders steady while in use 2005 Subpart K 1926.400-449 Electrical:  2005 Subpart K 1926.400-449 Electrical Grounding path Ground fault circuit interrupters Equipment installation and use Covers on pull boxes, junction boxes and fittings Branch circuits- GFCI or assured grounding conductor program 2005 Subpart L 1926.450-454 Scaffolds:  2005 Subpart L 1926.450-454 Scaffolds Access to scaffolds Scaffold platform construction Aerial lifts – body belt and lanyard Employee training for scaffold use Scaffolds over 10 feet with no fall protection 2005 Subpart M 1926.500-503 Fall Protection:  2005 Subpart M 1926.500-503 Fall Protection Fall protection for low-slope roofs Fall protection for residential construction 6 feet or more Fall hazards training program Fall protection for steep roofs Fall protection -Unprotected sides & edges 2005 Subpart N 1926.550-556 Cranes, Derricks, Hoists, Elevators & Conveyors:  2005 Subpart N 1926.550-556 Cranes, Derricks, Hoists, Elevators & Conveyors Manufacturers specifications Clearances between power lines and equipment Competent person Swing radius at rear of crane barricaded Employees kept clear of loads 2005 Subpart O 1926.600-606 Motor Vehicles, Mechanized Equipment & Marine Operations:  2005 Subpart O 1926.600-606 Motor Vehicles, Mechanized Equipment & Marine Operations Industrial Trucks – ANSI B56.1-1969 Lifting/hauling equipment – Use of safety platform Bi-directional machines - Horn Suspended heavy equipment blocked or cribbed Earthmoving/compacting equipment – Reverse signal alarm 2005 Subpart P 1926.650-652 Excavations:  2005 Subpart P 1926.650-652 Excavations Egress provisions from trench Protection from falling/rolling materials or equipment Inspection by competent person- employees removed from hazard Employee protection in excavations- Protective system in use Inspection by competent person 2005 Subpart Q 1926.700-706 Concrete and Masonry Construction:  2005 Subpart Q 1926.700-706 Concrete and Masonry Construction Masonry walls – Limited access zone prior to start Bracing of masonry walls Guarding of reinforcing steel Formwork capable of supporting loads 2005 Subpart R 1926.750-761 Steel Erection:  2005 Subpart R 1926.750-761 Steel Erection Fall hazard training Fall protection for connectors at 15-30 feet Perimeter safety cables Protection from fall hazards Fall protection for connectors more than two stories or 30 feet 2005 Subpart T 1926.850-860 Demolition:  2005 Subpart T 1926.850-860 Demolition No Chutes inside– Opening barricades Floor openings covered Competent person inspection Engineering survey – Prior to operations Debris chutes- no material dropped outside structure Fire, flood, explosion damage- shored or braced 2005 Subpart X 1926.1050-1060 Ladders:  2005 Subpart X 1926.1050-1060 Ladders Stair rails & handrails Stairway or ladder when there is 19 inches break in elevation Appropriate use of ladders Training program Portable ladders not extending three feet above the landing surface 2005 Subpart Z 1926.1100-1152 Toxic and Hazardous Substances:  2005 Subpart Z 1926.1100-1152 Toxic and Hazardous Substances Asbestos – Exposure assessment by competent person Asbestos – Identify ACM/PACM before work Asbestos – Prompt clean-up and disposal Asbestos – Training program Asbestos – Class I, II & III work in regulated areas 2005 Respiratory Protection 1910.134 cited in construction!:  2005 Respiratory Protection 1910.134 cited in construction! Medical evaluation to determine ability to use respirator Fit testing prior to initial use and annually Qualitative or quantitative fit testing Evaluation of respiratory hazards Written respiratory protection program 2005 Powered Industrial Truck 1910.178 cited in construction!:  2005 Powered Industrial Truck 1910.178 cited in construction! Operator competency Training - Formal and performance evaluation Training prior to truck operation Operator certification 2005 Hazard Communication 1910.1200 cited in construction!:  2005 Hazard Communication 1910.1200 cited in construction! Written Program Training initially and for new hazards Information and training MSDS readily accessible MSDS

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