Standards Cited for SIC Major Group 27; All sizes; Federal; 2010

Major Group 27 Printing, Publishing, And Allied Industries

Listed below are the standards which were cited by Federal OSHA for the specified SIC during the period October 2009 through September 2010. Penalties shown reflect current rather than initial amounts.

Standard #Cited #Insp $Penalty Description
Total
1231
236
$903,326
 
149
86
$200,099
The control of hazardous energy (lockout/tagout).
140
76
$46,299
Hazard Communication.
90
63
$51,514
Electrical, General requirements.
83
74
$87,788
General requirements for all machines.
78
51
$37,031
Powered industrial trucks.
75
43
$44,287
Mechanical power-transmission apparatus.
75
55
$43,963
Wiring methods, components, and equipment for general use.
51
42
$18,228
Portable fire extinguishers.
47
30
$16,460
Forms
41
30
$17,118
Personal Protective Equipment,General Requirements
37
26
$15,538
Maintenance, safeguards, and operational features for exit routes.
37
24
$32,254
Flammable and combustible liquids
28
17
$17,578
Abrasive wheel machinery.
25
11
$11,592
Respiratory Protection.
23
14
$4,938
Annual summary of injury and Illness Recordkeeping Requirements
23
22
$12,171
Electrical, Wiring Design and Protection
16
15
$9,741
Medical services and first aid.
15
14
$24,238
Walking-Working Surfaces, General Requirements
14
12
$9,103
Guarding Floor and Wall Openings and Holes
13
13
$6,754
Means of Egress, Design and construction requirements
1910.119
13
2
50,850
Process safety management of highly hazardous chemicals.
11
11
$20,450
General Duty
1910.120
10
2
16,650
Hazardous waste operations and emergency response.
10
10
6,729
Hand and Portable Powered Tools and Equipment, General
9
3
$3,100
Access to Records
9
9
$3,156
Eye and Face Protection
9
2
$36,500
Permit-required confined spaces
7
6
$11,250
Occupational Noise Exposure
6
4
$630
Partial exemption for employers with 10 or fewer employees.
6
5
$2,850
Recording and Reporting Occupational Injuries and Illness
6
6
$2,300
Annual OSHA injury and illness survey of ten or more employers
6
4
$638
Electrical, Safeguards for Personnel Protection
6
4
$4,250
Bloodborne pathogens.
5
5
$3,013
Fixed Industrial Stairs
1910.252
5
1
$-
Welding, Cutting, and Brazing
4
3
825
Sanitation.
4
2
$1,830
Electrical, Use of Equipment
3
3
$1,000
Partial exemption for establishments in certain industries
3
3
$1,169
Hand Protection.
3
3
$2,893
Woodworking machinery requirements.
3
1
$2,125
Asbestos.
3
2
$-
Methylene Chloride.
2
2
$1,000
Providing records to government representatives
2
2
$375
Employee Emergency Plans and Fire Prevention Plans
2
2
$630
Storage and handling of liquefied petroleum gases.
2
2
$6,222
Hazardous (classified) locations.
2
2
$2,500
Training, Electrical
1
1
$-
Recording and Reporting Occupational Injuries and Illness: Multiple business establishments.
1
1
$375
Retention and updating
1
1
$-
Portable metal ladders.
1
1
$630
Fire prevention plans
1
1
$1,700
Compressed gases (general requirements).
1
1
$490
Spray finishing using flammable and combustible materials.
1910.136
1
1
$1,575
Occupational foot protection.
1910.137
1
1
$-
Electrical protective devices.
1
1
$900
Handling materials - general.
1910.179
1
1
$506
Overhead and gantry cranes.
1
1
625
Mechanical power presses.
1
1
$1,313
Electrical, Selection and Use of Work Practices
1
1
$1,275
Lead.
1926.20
1
1
$700
Contractor Compliance: General safety and health provisions.
1926.100
1
1
$611
Head protection.
1926.251
1
1
$613
Rigging equipment for material handling.
1926.453
1
1
$700
Scaffolds/Aerial lifts.
1926.454
1
1
$700
Scaffolds: Training requirements.
1926.550
1
1
$613
Cranes and derricks.
1926.1053
1
1
$375
Ladders.
State-specific citation data
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, October 28, 2010 (updated 05/29/2014)