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OSHA 10 Hr.
Transcript of OSHA 10 Hr.
(a) Each employer --
(1) shall furnish to each of his employees employment and a place of employment which are free from recognized hazards that are causing or are likely to cause death or serious physical harm to his employees;
(2) shall comply with occupational safety and health standards promulgated under this Act.
29 USC 654
(b) Each employee shall comply with occupational safety and health standards and all rules, regulations, and orders issued pursuant to this Act which are applicable to his own actions and conduct.
"OSHA" stands for the Occupational
Safety and Health Act. To provide a safe workplace
To find innovative ways to solve safety and health problems.
Maintain record keeping system for injuries
Esatablish training procedures By law, those that report unsafe situations to OSHA, are kept confidential. Various Rules for Recordkeeping Each place of employment is to maintain OSHA LOG 300, and 300a.
If you have various locations of in which you will be located at that area for more than a year you need to keep seperate logs in addition to the mastere logs of the office
What determines if you record an injury or not?
What is the differance between an 300 and 300a OSHA Logs.
do you have to keep logs if you are a small business?
What is an incident rate and how do you compare to the national average incident rate?
Recordable, reportable, and first aid? Equipment Safety Equipment Rigging/ Taglines
What is our Culture for safety at Condie?
What is your part in the safety of our company?
Why are we training again?
What is the future of safety in construction and at Condie Construction? Outline
7:00- Introduction and Schedule Overview
8:30- DeAnna- Utility Breaks
9:45- Introduction to OSHA
11:00-OSHA Four Focus Hazards
12:45-2nd Half Overview and Q&A from First Half
1:00-Health and Hazards in Construction
1:30- Personal Protective and Lifesaving Equipment
2:00-Human Resource Policies
3:00-Excavation, Material Handeling, Tools, Electrical, Ladders, Scaffolds
5:00-Field Application Training OPENING DISCUSSION http://www.osha.gov/pls/oshaweb/owasrch.search_form?p_doc_type=oshact What constitutes an OSHA Inspection? Imminent danger
Catastrophes and fatal accidents
Complaints and referrals
Attractive nuisance What must happen in an inspection? The OSHA Compliance Officer must show proof of credentials
The officer must have an opening conference
The officer will do a walk through of the project
The officer will have a closing conference
Once the inspection is complete the Compliance Officer takes their findings back to the area director and the director issues citations. Any person demanding citation money at the time of inspection is considered to be inpersonating a goverment official and should be reported to the police immediatly.
The citations will come certified mail and must be displayed in the work place for the three days following the recieval of paperwork. Citations Penalties Other than serios violations - most likely will not cause death. Penalty of 0$ -1000$ per violation.
Serious violations - substantial probabity that death or serious physical harm could result. $1500 - $7000 per violation.
Willful violations - are violations that are intentionally and knowingly commited. Min $5000 - max $70,00 per violation. If death occurs the fine can be $250,000 for employer and $500,000 for corporations plus for both upto 6 months inprisonment
Repeat violations - upon reinspection if a similar violation is found a fine of upto 70,000 for each violation going back 3 years can be imposed. Then the penalty will be multiplied by 2,5,or10
Failure to abate - can cost a civil penalty of up to $7000 per day
Additional violation include - Falsifying records is a criminal fine up to $10,000 and upto 6 months in jail. Violation of posting is $7000. Assaulting a compliance officer or resisting, opposing, intimidating, or interfering with a compliance officer is a criminal offense of up to $5000 and imprisonment of up to 3 years what is the differance before a qualified person and competant person? how to use your authority. What were our monetary losses last year? What soft costs our incured through accidents? Iceberg principle How does it affect getting work? Show all rule books.