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Most Common OSHA Violations for 2011

Most Common OSHA Violations for 2011

  1. Scaffolding issues

  2. Lack of fall protection

  3. Failure to implement hazard communication

  4. Lack of respiratory protection

  5. Lack of lockout/tagout equipment

  6. Issues surrounding electrical wiring

  7. Issues with training for powered, industrial trucks

  8. Hazards regarding ladders

  9. Problems with electrical system design

  10. Lack of machine/belt guarding

If you notice any of these issues at your work place, notify management or your union steward immediately. If they do not take corrective measures, do not hesitate to contact OSHA yourself; you are protected from any retaliation. Contact our office today if you have been injured on the job and need to file for workers comp.

Larrimer & Larrimer, LLC—Columbus workers comp attorneys.

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