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1 Presenter : Steve Tussey OSHA Training Institute Education Center Eastern Kentucky University Region 4

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3 Number of Citations Issued 5 Penalties Levied - $9,700

4 Water Supply Toilet Facilities Washing Facilities Change Rooms Clothes Drying Facilities Consumption of Food and Beverages Food Handling

5 Sanitation Inspections (mandatory) Water Supply (mandatory) Waste Disposal (mandatory)

6 Number of Citations Issued 9 Penalties Levied - $0

7 Hazard Determination Written Hazard Communication Program Labels and Other Forms of Warning Material Safety Data Sheets Employee Information and Training

8 Flammable, Toxic, and Caustic Materials (mandatory)

9 Number of Citations Issued 10 Penalties Levied - $3,000

10 General Requirement Selection and Distribution Inspection, Maintenance, and Testing Hydrostatic Testing Training and Education

11 Fire Safety (mandatory)

12 Number of Citations Issued 10 Penalties Levied - $1,875

13 Respiratory Protection Program Selection of Respirators Medical Evaluation Fit Testing Use of Respirators Maintenance and Care of Respirators

14 Breathing Air Quality and Use Identification of Filters, Cartridges, and Canisters Training and Information Program Evaluation Recordkeeping

15 Communicable Disease and Infection Control (mandatory)

16 Number of Citations Issued 10 Penalties Levied - $3,000

17 Basic Requirement Implementation

18 Injury Prevention

19 Number of Citations Issued 11 Penalties Levied - $5,925

20 Exposure Control Methods of Compliance Hepatitis B Vaccination Communication of Hazards to Employees Recordkeeping

21 Communicable Disease and Infection Control Program (mandatory) Communicable Disease and Infection Control Program (mandatory) Communicable Disease and Infection Control Program (mandatory)

22 Number of Citations Issued 11 Penalties Levied - $6,125

23 Wiring Methods Cabinets, Boxes, and Fittings Switches Switchboards and Panelboards Enclosures for Damp or Wet Locations

24 Conductors for General Wiring Flexible Cords and Cables Fixture Wires Equipment for General Use

25 Building Codes

26 Number of Citations Issued 12 Penalties Levied - $0

27 Danger to Employees Must be Minimized Lighting and Marking Must Be Adequate and Appropriate Fire Retardant Properties of Paints or Solutions Must Be Maintained Exit Routes Must Be Maintained Employee Alarm System Must Be Operable

28 Evacuation Procedures (mandatory) Evacuation Procedures (mandatory)

29 Number of Citations Issued 14 Penalties Levied - $35,850

30 Housekeeping Aisles and Passageways Covers and Guardrails Floor Loading Protection

31 Work, Health and Safety Standards (Mandatory)

32 Number of Citations Issued 18 Penalties Levied - $6,675

33 Examination, Installation, and Use of Equipment Electrical Connections Arcing Parts Marking Disconnecting Means and Circuits

34 Building Codes

35 29 CFR 1910 OSHA General Industry Regulations September 1, 2011 Standards for Adult Correction Institutions, 4 th Edition American Correctional Association Frequently Cited OSHA Citations

36 Established in 2003 on the campus of Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond Authorized by OSHA to provide quality safety and health training to workers, supervisors, and employers Nationally-recognized safety and health professionals develop and provide quality instruction and training

37 Correctional Safety Officer Certificate Program Tier I and Tier II 40-hour training program Designed specifically for correctional fire/safety officers OSHA Standards and ACA Standards Training can be conducted on-site Environmental Assessment in a Correctional Setting Computer-based training

38 OSHA Training Institute Education Center Eastern Kentucky University 521 Lancaster Avenue/Perkins 202 Richmond, KY (859)

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