OSHA Top Ten Violations for 2014

OSHA just released its list of the top ten most frequently cited workplace safety violations for fiscal year 2014. The 2014 list includes all the same all the same standards as last year’s list, and the four standards at the top of the list appear in the same order that they did last year, too.

The biggest “riser” was lockout/tagout (1910.147), which checked in at #8 last year but jumped up to #5 this year.

We’ve got the full list for you below. For each common violation, we’ve given a link to the regulation.

OSHA’s Top Ten Violations for 2014

Here’s the list, from most violated to tenth-most-violated.

Fall Protection (1926.501) – 6,143 violations

The Standard: Fall Protection

Our Course(s): Fall Prevention and Protection

Hazard Communication (1910.1200) – 5,161 violations

The Standard: Hazard Communication

Our Course(s): Hazard Communication 2012 (GHS), Hazard Communication 1994

Scaffolding (1926.451) – 4,029 violations

The Standard: Scaffolding

Our Course(s): Supported Scaffolding Safety

Respiratory Protection (1910.134) – 3,223 violations

The Standard: Respiratory Protection

Our Course(s): Respirators

Lockout/Tagout (1910.147) – 2,704 violations

The Standard: The Control of Hazardous Energy (Lockout/Tagout)

Our Course(s): Lockout/Tagout

Powered Industrial Trucks (1910.178) – 2,662 violations

The Standard: Powered Industrial Trucks

Our Course: Forklift Safety

Electrical, Wiring Methods (1910.305) – 2,490 violations

The Standard: Electrical, Wiring Methods

Our Course(s): Electric Shock, Electrical Safety General Awareness, Arc Flash Safety

Ladders (1926.1053) – 2,448 violations

The Standard: Stairways and Ladders

Our Course(s): Ladder Safety

Machine Guarding (1910.212) – 2,200 violations

The Standard: Machinery and Machine Guarding

Our Course: Machine Guarding

Electrical, General Requirements (1910.303) – 2,056 violations

The Standard: Electrical, General Requirements

Our Course(s): Electric Shock, Electrical Safety General Awareness, Arc Flash Safety.

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