Table of Contents
- 1 What programs are required by OSHA?
- 2 What is OSHA standards for General Industry?
- 3 Which of the following is a core element of a safety and health program as recommended by OSHA?
- 4 What is required of an employer training program OSHA?
- 5 What are the types of OSHA violation?
- 6 What falls under general industry?
- 7 At what height is fall protection required on fixed ladders?
- 8 What are the 5 elements of safety?
What programs are required by OSHA?
The following are selected OSHA requirements that apply to many general industry employers.
- Hazard Communication Standard.
- Emergency Action Plan Standard.
- Fire Safety.
- Exit Routes.
- Walking/Working Surfaces.
- Medical and First Aid.
What is OSHA standards for General Industry?
OSHA uses the term “general industry” to refer to all industries not included in agriculture, construction or maritime. General industries are regulated by OSHA’s general industry standards, directives, and standard interpretations.
What are some of the things your employer should do to prevent worker falls and accidents using portable ladders at the workplace?
The 3 keys to preventing falls from portable ladders are: Choosing the right ladder for the job. Tying the top and bottom of the ladder to fixed points when necessary. Keeping your hands free of carrying tools or other materials when climbing a ladder.
Which of the following is a core element of a safety and health program as recommended by OSHA?
The OSHA recommendations include seven core elements for a safety and health program: management leadership; worker participation; hazard identification and assessment; hazard prevention and control; education and training; program evaluation and improvement; and communication and coordination for host employers.
What is required of an employer training program OSHA?
The following general industry tasks require initial training (new employee orientation) and annual re-training (at least once every 365 days): Access to Employee Exposure and Medical Records and Employee Rights – 1910.1020. Asbestos Abatement Training (OSHA Class I and II) – 1910.1001.
Does OSHA do random inspections?
OSHA is committed to strong, fair, and effective enforcement of safety and health requirements in the workplace. Normally, OSHA conducts inspections without advance notice. Employers have the right to require compliance officers to obtain an inspection warrant before entering the worksite.
What are the types of OSHA violation?
What are the types of OSHA Violations?
- Willful. A willful violation exists under the OSH Act where an employer has demonstrated either an intentional disregard for the requirements of the Act or plain indifference to employee safety and health.
- De Minimis.
- Failure to Abate.
What falls under general industry?
OSHA uses the designation of general industry to refer to all industries not included in construction, agriculture, or maritime and are covered under the 29 CFR 1910 standards.
Did the employer use a disciplinary program to retaliate against Carla?
Did the employer use a disciplinary program to retaliate against Carla for reporting a workplace injury? His employer disciplines Ricardo for failing to report his injury “immediately” as required by the employer’s injury reporting rules.
At what height is fall protection required on fixed ladders?
Fixed ladders: fall protection must be provided for employees climbing or working on fixed ladders above 24 feet. 29 CFR 1926.1053(a)(19) states that fall protection must be provided whenever the length of climb on a fixed ladder equals or exceeds 24 feet.
What are the 5 elements of safety?
5 Core Elements of Successful Safety Programs
- SAFETY CULTURE.
- EMPLOYEE TRAINING AND EMPOWERMENT.
- HAZARD IDENTIFICATION AND CONTROL SYSTEMS.
- FOCUS ON COMPLIANCE.
- CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT.
- LEADERSHIP AND ORGANIZATIONAL BUY-IN.
- THE SAFETY MANAGER ROLE.
- What is a safety manager’s job role?
What are the 4 major elements to safety and management guidelines?
There are four basic elements to all good health and safety programs:
- Management Commitment and Employee Involvement.
- Worksite Analysis.
- Hazard Prevention and Control.
- Training for Employees, Supervisors, and Managers.