Fall protection continues to lead OSHA's 'Top 10' list of safety violations in 2017
Top 10 most frequently cited standards in 2017
OSHA assessed with the highest penalties.
New Reporting Rules, New Demands
On January 1, 2017, OSHA issued new requirements for electronically submitting injury and illness data that has already been recorded. Good news, employers still have until December 1, 2017, to comply.
Criminal prosecutions for OSHA violations.
OSHA is referring all fatality cases and investigations in which there are three or more serious injuries to district attorney offices for possible criminal prosecution.
Fines for noncompliance with Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals.
By now, we're over one year into GHS requirements and if companies are not compliant, they can now be fined for not complying with GHS standard.
Process safety management changes.
This year, OSHA's new regulations will affect approximately 112 million employed workers - not only for construction but general industry operations, as well.
Use of OSHA’s General Duty Clause, particularly with chemical exposures.
When a specific regulation isn’t available to address a potential workplace hazard, OSHA uses the GDC to fine companies
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