Standards Cited for SIC Major Group 2752; All sizes; Federal; 2009

Major Group 2752 Commercial Printing, Lithographic

Listed below are the standards which were cited by Federal OSHA for the specified SIC during the period October 2008 through September 2009. Penalties shown reflect current rather than initial amounts.

Standard #Cited #Insp $Penalty Description
Total 567 137 246044  
1910.147 106 61 51620 The control of hazardous energy (lockout/tagout).
1910.1200 64 41 11450 Hazard Communication.
1910.212 58 51 47251 General requirements for all machines.
1910.219 38 21 13853 Mechanical power-transmission apparatus.
1910.303 38 33 10864 Electrical: General requirements.
1910.178 35 33 12765 Powered industrial trucks.
1910.305 31 24 10766 Wiring methods, components, and equipment for general use.
1910.106 18 11 11990 Flammable and combustible liquids.
1910.157 18 13 3980 Portable fire extinguishers.
1910.37 14 11 480 Maintenance, safeguards, and operational features for exit routes.
1904.29 13 13 710 Forms.
1910.22 11 10 2603 Walking-Working Surfaces, General Requirements
1910.132 11 11 2620 Personal Protective Equipment,General Requirements
1910.215 11 7 4437 Abrasive wheel machinery.
1910.151 9 9 3550 Medical services and first aid.
1910.213 8 5 9238 Woodworking machinery requirements.
1910.242 7 7 2003 Hand and Portable Powered Tools and Equipment, General
1910.335 7 3 14375 Electrical, Safeguards for Personnel Protection
1904.32 5 5 0 Annual summary of injury and Illness Recordkeeping Requirements
1910.23 5 5 6850 Guarding Floor and Wall Openings and Holes
1910.38 5 4 1346 Employee Emergency Plans and Fire Prevention Plans
1910.95 5 4 2160 Occupational Noise Exposure
1910.133 5 5 225 Eye and Face Protection
1910.334 5 4 2413 Electrical, Use of Equipment
1904.4 4 4 150 Recording and Reporting Occupational Injuries and Illness
1910.36 3 3 2000 Means of Egress, Design and construction requirements 
1910.184 3 1 788 Slings.
1910.304 3 3 1488 Electrical, Wiring Design and Protection
5A 3 3 2950 General Duty
1904.1 2 2 0 Partial exemption for employers with 10 or fewer employees.
1904.2 2 2 0 Partial exemption for establishments in certain industries
1904.40 2 2 0 Providing records to government representatives
1904.41 2 2 0 Annual OSHA injury and illness survey of ten or more employers
1910.39 2 1 525 Fire prevention plans
1910.110 2 2 1188 Storage and handling of liquefied petroleum gases.
1910.332 2 2 6750 Training
1910.1025 2 1 1540 Lead.
1904.7 1 1 0 Access to Records
1904.30 1 1 490 Recording and Reporting Occupational Injuries and Illness: Multiple business establishments.
1910.101 1 1 0 Compressed gases (general requirements).
1910.138 1 1 0 Hand Protection.
1910.141 1 1 0 Sanitation.
1910.159 1 1 630 Automatic sprinkler systems.
1910.333 1 1 0 Electrical, Selection and Use of Work Practices
1910.1001 1 1 0 Asbestos.
         
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Definitions
Data is included in the query based on the date the citation was issued.
         
# Cited represents the number of times the specified standard was cited. The number in the total line is the sum of the # Cited for each standard.
# Insp represents the number of inspections in which the specified standard was cited. For the total line, it represents the number of inspections in which one or more citations were issued. Note that the total is not the sum of the number of inspections associated with each standard cited: multiple standards may be cited in one inspection.
$ Penalty represents the total penalty amount currently assessed for the specified (# cited) citations. The number in the total line is the sum of the $Penalty for each standard. The amounts reflect what exists at the current time, taking into consideration any settlement action adjustments which may have taken place.
         
Example
If # Cited = 120 and # Insp = 40, then the average number of times per inspection that the specified standard was cited is 3. If $ Penalties is $60,000, then the average current penalty amount per standard cited is $500.

Published on Thursday, November 5, 2009 (updated 05/29/2014)