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OSHA Guidelines

1. List those who are exempted from coverage by OSHA.
2. Explain the difference between an OSHA standard and an OSHA regulation
3. Briefly describe OSHA's latest record-keeping requirements.
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4. List and explain three difference types of OSHA citations and the typical penalties that accompany them
5. List five employer responsibilities
6. List five employee rights

1. Discuss in a paragraph or two the OSHA standard in CFR 1910.147
2. Discuss in a paragraph or two the OSHA standard in CFR 29 1910.38
3. Discuss in a paragraph or two the OSHA standard in CFR 1910.146
4. Discuss in a paragraph or two the OSHA standard in CFR 29 1910.155
5. Discuss in a paragraph or two the OSHA standard in CFR 1910.132, 133, 135, 136 and 138.
6. Discuss in a paragraph or two the OSHA standard in CFR 29 1910.1030

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1. Federal employees, employees of the city, county, or state government, groups of employees that received coverage from other safety agencies, non employee family members, business owners with no employees, and unpaid volunteer workers, are exempt from OSHA.

2. An OSHA standard is a standard of safety that is expected for organizations to adhere to, and an OSHA regulation is a mandate that enforces the requirement for organizations to meet OSHA standards, or face sanctions.

3. All injuries and illnesses must be reported by states in a uniform manner that is consistent with 29 CFR part 104, and that states must conduct surveys of statewide occupational injuries and illnesses, in order to ensure accurate reporting.

4. Less than serious violation citation-up to $7000, "Failure to abate previous violation citation-up to $7000 for each day the violation continues"(OSHA.gov), De minimis violation ...

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