Top Cited OSHA Standards for Elementary and Secondary Schools (NAICS Code 6111)
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The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) keeps records not only of the most frequently cited standards overall, but also within particular industries. In 2014, there were three frequently cited standards by OSHA in elementary and secondary schools or NAICS Code 6111.
The three most recently revealed are:
- Guarding floor and wall openings and holes
When areas are left exposed, it can cause serious workplace injuries. Identify which areas pose any safety threats and follow OSHA’s regulation guidelines to take preventative measures against any harm in the future.
- Maintenance, safeguards and operational features for exit routes
OSHA’s design and construction requirements for exit routes are available here. You can find out more design and construction criteria to ensure you’re following OSHA standards.
This standard is necessary to keep a well-kept, clean facility. When students are involved and exposed to any bacteria, this can be a potential threat to all involved.
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