Running a Shop Research+Reports Education+Training News

OSHA Releases 2013 Top-Five Collision Industry Citations

Order Reprints

July 29, 2014—OSHA recently published a list of the five most common citations issued to shops and professionals in the collision repair industry during 2013.

The most common citations that were written last year were:

Standard 1910.134: Respiratory Protection
Written Program, Medical Evaluations, Annual Fit Testing, Annual Training, Vapor Air Monitoring, Recordkeeping

Standard 1910.1200: Written Hazard Communication Program
Written Program, Chemical Inventory List, Training (new and existing employees), Hazard Assessment, Labeling, Emergency Procedures, Signage, etc.

Standards 1910.0107 and 1910.0157: Spray Finishing
Personal Protection Equipment (PPE), 6H/NESHAP, Fire Extinguishers, Engineering Controls (booth / mixing room), Permits / Licenses / Reports, etc.

Standards 1910.106 and 1926.152: Flammable and Combustible Liquids
Grounding, Containers, No Smoking, Signage, Containers, Fire Extinguishers, Training

Standard 1910.0305: Wiring Methods, Components, & Equipment for General Use
GFI, outlets, panels, cords, etc.

Questions about the standards can be addressed with OSHA’s Compliance Department at 800.619.9733. 

Related Articles

University of the Aftermarket Foundation Announces 2014 Officers and Board of Trustees

Prevent Cell-Phone-Related Car Accidents

Obtaining OEM Certification

You must login or register in order to post a comment.