OSHA's Top 10 Most Cited Violations
Each year the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) releases the top ten most cited violations it encounters during the workplace safety inspections the agency conducts throughout the U. S. Do you recognize any of these violations (respiratory protection, lockout/tagout, fall protection, hazard communication, scaffolding, machine guarding, electrical, ladders or powered industrial trucks) as problem areas in your workplace? Let us help you create a safer working environment with a collection of Grainger products, services and resources to help you comply with OSHA’s workplace safety standards.
Equip all of your employees who are working at heights with appropriate fall protection gear that complies with the ANSI Z359 safety standard.
#130: Fall Protection Equipment
#131 Construction Fall Protection, Subpart M
#132: ANSI/OSHA Ladder Requirements
#133: Scaffolding: OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1926.461
#347: ANSI Z359: A New Lift to Fall Protection Standards
#377 Fall Protection for Aerial Work Platforms
#385 After the Fall Event — Preventing Suspension Trauma
Fall Prevention Checklists
Be sure to identify and evaluate all chemical hazards in your workplace and then share that critical information with all of your employees.
Follow established guidelines to help protect your employees who are working on or near scaffolding at heights of 10 feet or higher.
NIOSH-certified respirators help protect your employees from air contaminants such as dust, fumes, gases, mist, sprays and vapors.
#140: Respirator Fit Testing Requirements and Procedures
#141: Particulate Respirators, 42 CFR Part 84
#193: SCBA Information
#195: Starting a Respiratory Protection Program
#196: Respirator Cartridge Change Schedule
#275: Types of Respirators
#330: Respirator Selection Requirements of Substance-Specific Standards
#375: Supplied Air Respirators
Follow proper lockout tagout procedures and get the products you need to help prevent the accidental startup of your machinery
LOCK OUT TAG OUT
Maintenance, operator training and certification on forklifts, motorized hand trucks and pallet trucks is a crucial component of facility safety.
When selecting a ladder, consider the length needed, the ladder’s duty rating and the environment in which the work will be performed.
To help avoid potential violations, inspect your wiring and insulation, plus take steps to ensure proper grounding of electrical equipment.
Guard your machinery to help protect operators and others from hazards, such as rotating parts, flying chips, sparks and other dangers.
Follow factory instructions when designing, installing and using electrical equipment to help stay in compliance and avoid workplace accidents..
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