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OSHA Identifies Top 10 OSHA Citations For 2016 (To Date)

If you need assistance with OSHA Citations as discussed in this article call us at 1-800-344-4414 or email us at info@atlenv.com for details and a free estimate.   Written by Robert E. Sheriff, MS, CIH, CSP, President January 3, 2017   OSHA IDENTIFIES TOP 10 OSHA CITATIONS FOR 2016 (TO DATE) CITATION                                                                 STANDARD FALL PROTECTION                                                          29CFR1926.501 HAZARD COMMUNICATION                                            29CFR1910.1200 SCAFFOLDING                                                                 29CFR1926.451 RESPIRATORY … Continue reading

Most Frequent OSHA Citations for 2017

If you need OSHA safety and health compliance assistance as discussed in this article, call us at 1-800-344-4414 or email us at info@atlenv.com for details and a free estimate.   Written By:  Robert E. Sheriff, MS, CIH, CSP, President August 28, 2018 Fall Protection – Construction – 29CFR1926.501. Section 501 is just the basic fall protection requirement.  … Continue reading

Construction Site Safety Inspections – Is a Checklist Sufficient?

Written By: Robert E. Sheriff, MS, CSP, CIH, President April 24, 2018 Most all safety inspections at construction sites use some form of a checklist. There are hundreds of them available and they can vary from a couple of pages to 20, 30, or more pages. If carefully chosen to match the type of construction … Continue reading

Construction Site Safety Inspections – Start?, Daily? Weekly?, Monthly?

Written By: Robert E. Sheriff, MS, CIH, CSP, resident November 12, 2018   There are two tiers of safety inspections regardless of the type of construction project. First Tier – Initial Site Inspection at the Start of the Project. This inspection is more of a Program Audit than a site safety inspection.  The audit focuses … Continue reading

Health and Safety Plans (HASP’s) for Complex Construction Projects

Written By: Robert E. Sheriff, CIH, CSP, President January 11, 2019 The most complex Health and Safety Plans (HASP) tend to be for hazardous waste projects or government contracts at high hazard locations. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) and the Department of Interior Bureau of Reclamation are good examples of government entities requiring … Continue reading