OSHA's Most Cited Hazard List in Construction and Outside Construction
Tag(s): OSHA, April 2023 Newsletter
The Occupational Safety and Health Association (OSHA) has released its Top 10 violations of its rules for fiscal year 2022, and the top four all relate to the construction industry - fall protection general requirements, ladder safety, protecting workers on scaffolds, and training workers to avoid falls. Those hazards not primarily related to construction on the Top 10 list include respiratory protection, hazard communication, lockout-tagout, powered industrial truck/forklifts, eye and face protection, and machine guarding.
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