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20 Most Cited Kentucky Standards (FFY 2017)

Rank

Standard

Times Cited

1

  • 1910.212

General Requirements for All Machines (Machine Guarding)

73

2

  • 1910.147

Control of Hazardous Energy (Lockout/Tagout)

72

3

  • 1910.178

Powered Industrial Trucks

62

4

  • 1926.501

Duty to Have Fall Protection

56

5

  • 1910.1200

Hazard Communication

51

6

  • 803 KAR 2:310

Medical Services and First Aid

39

7

  • 1910.1030

Bloodborne Pathogens

33

8

  • 1910.219

Mechanical Power Transmission Apparatus

31

9

  • 1910.305

Wiring Methods, Components, and Equipment for General Use

30

10

  • 1910.28

Duty to Have Fall Protection and Falling Object Protection

29

11

  • 1926.451

General Requirements (Scaffolds)

28

12

  • 1926.503

Training Requirements (Fall Protection)

26

13

  • 1910.146

Permit-Required Confined Spaces

25

14 (t)

  • 1910.134

Respiratory Protection

22

14 (t)

  • 1910.157

Portable Fire Extinguishers

22

15

  • 1910.303

General (Electrical)

21

16

  • KRS 338.31

General Duty

20

17

  • 1910.22

General Requirements (Walking-Working Surfaces)

18

18 (t)

  • 1910.132

General Requirements (Personal Protective Equipment)

17

18 (t)

  • 803 KAR 2:180

Recordkeeping, Reporting, Statistics

17

19

  • 1926.651

Specific Excavation Requirements

15

20 (t)

  • 1910.213

Woodworking Machinery Requirements

12

20 (t)

  • 1910.37

Maintenance, Safeguards, and Operational Features for Exit Routes

12

 

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2019 Safety and Health Conference

Hello, and Happy New Year! On behalf of the Board of Directors for the Kentucky Safety & Health Network, I am pleased to announce that workshop proposals are now being accepted for the 35th Annual Governor's Safety and Health Conference/Expo scheduled for May 7-9, 2019 in Louisville, Kentucky. Please visit http://www.kshn.net to learn more about the conference and the opportunity to submit a workshop proposal.

We are excited to return to the Galt House in Louisville for the conference this year, and expect a good turnout of participants and vendors. If you have any questions, please let me know - and help us spread the word!

Tammy Cole, Workshop Chair KSHN


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