OSHA's Latest Top Ten

December 11, 2019

OSHA's Latest Top Ten

Every year, OSHA issues a list of the top citations they have issued the previous year. There is a great article about it in the December issue of the National Safety Council's Safety & Health magazine. I love infographics because they can convey so much information clearly and quickly so I created the one seen above. I also have created a corresponding list of safety training activities to go along with each of these top ten and you can download that in the Ebook section of the SafetyFUNdamentals website. Two of the top ten have changed this year - there is a new one on fall protection training (fall protection in general was previously and still is #1) and also PPE - Eye and Face Protection has moved into the 10th spot. I am currently updating my Training Activities for OSHA's Top Ten Activity ebook to include two new activities for these two new topics new to OSHA's Top Ten so if you download a copy now, you will receive the updated version for free (this also goes for anyone who has downloaded the Training Activities for OSHA's Top Ten ebook in the past as well). I hope this infographic is helpful and helps you in your training planning for next year.



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