OSHAâ€™s Top 10 Most-Frequently Cited Regulatory Compliance Violations
OSHAâ€™s most-frequently cited violations for the fiscal year 2015 indicates that there are some changes transpiring, according to this article in Safety+Health.
OSHA will no longer be tallying each inspection equally but instead the watchdog agency will use a weighted system based on inspection complexities, which should place greater value on complex inspections enabling easier overall OCHA strategic planning. They will also continue focused inspections to mitigate high-hazard threats nationwide. This includes those related to ergonomics and working at height.
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Here you can read about the 2015 Most-cited violations.