CMP 401 final notes3

CMP 401 final notes3 - If green: didnt talk about CMP 401:...

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If green: didn’t talk about CMP 401: Construction Safety 2010 Monday Morning (May 10, 2010) Empire state building done in 16 months, safety wasn’t around yet. Only ironworkers in MI can ride on headache ball, as long as tied off above the ball. This is only allowed in MI. I. OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Act)and History 1. Background i. Started in 1970, prior no OHSHA rules and regulations. ii. Established uniform and comprehensive provisions for workplace safety and health haz- ards 1. Employer and employee responsibilities 2. Safety and health initiatives iii. The book is made up of repeated accidents. 2. Statistics before i. 14,000 worker deaths ii. 2.5 million workers disabled iii. 300,000 new occupational disease, asbestos cases, masons and celluloses. 3. After, in 2000. i. Decline of 58% (5915 total) ii. Only 5,915 deaths recorded. 4. Covers i. Manufacturing ii. Construction iii. Long shoring iv. Agriculture v. Law and medicine vi. Charity and disaster relief vii. Organized labor viii.Private education Not covered: Self employed 5. Duties i. General Duties Clause Section 5a.1 1. States: where OSHA has not promulgated specific standards, employers are re- sponsible for following the Act’s general duty clause 2. “Each employer shall furnish a place of employment which is free from recog- nized hazards that are causing or are likely to cause death or serious physical harm to his employees.” (safe, healthy work environment) ii. 5b employee must act in a safe manner 1. 3 strikes and you’re out a. verbal warning b. written warning and layoff period c. fired on 3 rd strike iii. Section 6a iv. Section 8a 1. 2. Inspect during regular working hours and at reasonable times and to question em- ployers/employees privately v. 8b subpoena power vi. 8c record keeping vii. 9(b) posing of citations.
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viii.10 9a) Employers right to contest; Citations can be contested before the safety and Health commission 6. 11 (a) right to appeal. 7. Penalties (not testable) i. Increased in 1990 1. Willful and repeated violations to a max of 70,000 2. Minimum 5,000 willful 8. OHSA Book updated every July 1 st . 9. Part 1926-Construction Standards i. Do not have to memorize subparts. ii. Reading OHSA 1. 29 CFR 1926.451 (g) (4) (i) a. 29: United States Code Title b. CFR Code of Federal Regulations c. 1926 Part 1926 covers Construction d. 451 Section Number e. (g) major paragraph, Fall protection f. (i) Guardrails shall be installed along all open sides and ends of platforms. II. How does OSHA Develop Standards? 1. Response to petitions and number of injuries (OHSHA 300, 301 (very, specific to job, one sheet), 300a (annual log, no personal info.) logs) 2. Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS) 3. NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health) Determine what’s a safety glass? Etc.
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This note was uploaded on 09/27/2010 for the course CMP 305 taught by Professor Welch during the Spring '10 term at Michigan State University.

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