OSHA declares excavation safety as national focus in 2018

OSHA declares excavation safety as national focus in 2018

House OSHA Hearing: What You Missed and What It Meant. Part 1

Feb 28, 2018 · In a fiery rebuttal of Republican and employer attacks on OSHA during the Obama administration, former Assistant Secretary Dr. David Michaels yesterday rejected assertions that OSHA had focused only on confrontation over cooperation, and or that the agency had flouted the law and good safety practice when it came to enforcement, standards and media campaigns.

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Excavation Safety Manual - Occupational Safety and Health

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U.S. Department of Labor Updates National Emphasis Program

thereby making all excavation requirements applicable to trenches. A single soil classification system was generated by the National Bureau of Standards (known in the OSHA Standard as Appendix A) and utilized in the sloping and shoring appendices as well as adopted by manufacturers of excavation safety equipment and excavation design engineers.

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Tata Hitachi EX 110 Equipment Specifications | Technical

Specs of Tata Hitachi EX 110 here includes dimensions, engine power, torque and fuel efficiency Engine Fuel Dimensions Tyres & Wheels Brakes Others Engine Engine Type Water cooled, 6-cylinder in-line diesel engine Displacement NA Maximum Power 76 PS HP Range NA Maximum Torque 29 Kgf-m @ 1600 rpm

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4 Ways Construction Safety Could Change In 2018 | For

Jul 06, 2018 · In 2018, we can expect to see several changes in construction safety, both in regards to new technology as well as better safety training. Here are four top construction safety changes to watch

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Top 5 OSHA Issues to Track in 2018

•Missing political appointees at OSHA • ^The Sec. may by rule promulgate, modify or revoke any occupational safety/health standard…to serve the objectives of the Act _- Sec. 6(b)(1) •Congress declares it to be its purpose and policy … to assure so far as possible every working man and woman…safe and

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Manufacturers & Biden's Focus on OSHA & COVID-19

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XF18U 1.8ton mini excavator – Shandong Xinfa Machinery Co

XF18U 1.8ton mini excavator. Category: Mini excavator Tags: excavator, mini excavator. Description. Reviews (0) Bucket capacity (m³) 0.40. Rated …

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Construction Safety Training Video // Over 40 Topics - YouTube

**See the suspenseful AWARD WINNING safety film: https://youtu.be/KsUW5bHT64ASafety and quality training orientation video for workers on commercial construc

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Trenching and Excavation - Overview | Occupational Safety

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House OSHA Hearing: What You Missed and What It Meant. Part 1

Feb 28, 2018 · In a fiery rebuttal of Republican and employer attacks on OSHA during the Obama administration, former Assistant Secretary Dr. David Michaels yesterday rejected assertions that OSHA had focused only on confrontation over cooperation, and or that the agency had flouted the law and good safety practice when it came to enforcement, standards and media campaigns.

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Hazard Communication | Occupational Safety and Health

Mar 26, 2012 · OSHA is required by the Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Act of 1970 to assure, as far as possible, safe and healthful working conditions for all working men and women. Section 3(8) of the OSH Act (29 U.S.C. 652(8)) empowers the Secretary of Labor to promulgate standards that are "reasonably necessary or appropriate to provide safe or

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From: SAFE TY COMPLIANCE - Safety & OSHA News | Safety

The construction industry will remain a primary focus for OSHA inspectors for the foreseeable future, judging from the agency's FY 2019 annual performance report. OSHA intends to focus its efforts toward falls – the leading cause of death in the construction industry – and trenching hazards. The report, which is packaged

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Gearing Up for National Safety Stand-Down to Prevent

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President Declares "National Impaired Driving Prevention

Dec 03, 2015 · By Brent I. Clark, Erin Dougherty Foley, and Craig B. Simonsen. By Proclamation, President Obama has declared December 2015, to be "National Impaired Driving Prevention Month." 80 Fed. Reg. 75781 (December 3, 2015). The President declares that "no person should suffer the tragedy of losing someone as a result of drunk, drugged, or distracted driving…."

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OSHA's Top 10 Violations for 2018 revealed at National

Oct 23, 2018 · HOUSTON – The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) announced the preliminary Top 10 most frequently cited workplace safety violations for fiscal year 2018. Patrick Kapust, deputy director of OSHA's Directorate of Enforcement Programs, presented the Top 10 on the Expo floor as part of the 2018 NSC Congress and Expo, the

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What are the OSHA Focus Four? - Definition from Safeopedia

Sep 26, 2018 · The OSHA Focus Four, also known as the OSHA Fatal Four, is a group of four hazard categories that exists in the construction industry. The Focus Four hazard categories are collectively responsible for more than half of all fatalities that occur on construction sites. They include fall hazards, electrocution hazards, struck-by-object hazards

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Fall Protection tops OSHA's annual 'Top 10' list of most

Oct 23, 2018 · Houston — Fall Protection (1926.501) is OSHA's most frequently cited standard for the eighth consecutive year, the agency and Safety+Health announced Tuesday at the 2018 National Safety Council Congress & Expo. Patrick Kapust, deputy director of OSHA's Directorate of Enforcement Programs, presented preliminary data for OSHA's Top 10 most-cited violations …

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Preventing Electrocution of Construction Contract Workers

Feb 08, 2019 · The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) recently released a report based upon U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries (CFOI) data showing that 77% of the 325 contract worker electrocutions that occurred from 2012-2016 involved workers employed in the construction industry (NFPA 2018).. Nearly 60% of the electrocutions …

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Far Too Many Fatal Falls -- Occupational Health & Safety

Mar 01, 2019 · An OSHA partnership with NIOSH, CPWR – The Center for Construction Research and Training, and the National Safety Council, the Stand-Down is a week-long outreach event encouraging construction

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