EXAMPLES OF REGULATORY VIOLATIONS

NOTE: The following are examples of regulatory violations and do
not represent a complete enumeration of all Title 8 regulatory
violations.  

               Noncarcinogen Regulatory Violations

Failure to Post the Cal/OSHA Poster (8 CCR Sec. 340).

Failure to Maintain the OSHA 200 (Log and Summary of Occupational
Injuries and Illnesses) or Equivalent Form (8 CCR Sec. 14301). 

Failure to Maintain Reportable Cases of Employee Injury or
Illnesses on Form 5020, Employer's Report of Occupational Injury
and Illness or Equivalent Form (8 CCR Sec. 14304).   

Failure to Compile and Post the Last Page of the OSHA 200 (Log and
Summary of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses) or Equivalent Form
(8 CCR Sec. 14305).

Failure to Post a Citation (8 CCR Sec. 332.2).

Failure to obtain Construction, Demolition or Trenching Permit (8
CCR Sec. 341(a)).

Failure to report work-related fatalities and injuries (8 CCR
Sec. 342(a)).

Failure to allow employees to exercise rights to observe monitoring
or measuring (8 CCR Sec. 340.1(a)).

Failure to provide required notice to employees of exposures (8 CCR
Sec. 340.2).

Failure to allow employees access to accurate records of exposures
(8 CCR Sec. 340.1(b)).

Failure to maintain records of steps taken to implement and
maintain inspection and training records (8 CCR Sec. 3203(b)).

Failure to provide written hazard communication program to Cal/OSHA
upon request (8 CCR Sec. 5194(e)(3)).  Failure to have a written hazard
communication program shall be classified as a general or serious
violation. 






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                 Carcinogen Regulatory Violations

Failure to report use of asbestos (8 CCR Sec. 341.6).

Failure to provide regulated-area-entry personnel rosters to
Cal/OSHA upon request (8 CCR Sec. 5209(d)(1)).
               
Failure to provide sampling records to Cal/OSHA upon request (8 CCR
Sec. 5209(g)(2)(C)).

Failure to provide medical examination records to Cal/OSHA upon
request (8 CCR Sec. 5209(g)(2)(B)).

Failure to provide all materials relating to the training program
to Cal/OSHA upon request (8 CCR Sec. 5209(e)(5)).  Failure to provide
a training program shall be classified as a general or serious
violation.

Failure to provide written engineering control plans to Cal/OSHA
upon request (8 CCR Sec. 5209(f)(3).  Failure to develop written
engineering control plans shall be classified as a general or
serious violation.

Failure to maintain required sampling records (8 CCR Sec. 5208(g)(2)). 
Failure to perform required sampling shall be classified as a
general or serious violation. 

Failure to maintain required medical examination records (8 CCR
Sec. 5209(g)(2)(A).  Failure to provide required medical examinations
shall be classified as a general or serious violation. 

Failure to establish and maintain a regulated-area-entry roster (8
CCR Sec. 5209(n)(3)).  Failure to control entry to a regulated area
shall be classified as a general or serious violation. 

Failure to provide required written notification of exposure to
employees (8 CCR Sec. 5210(n)(3)). 

Failure to afford employees opportunity to observe monitoring or to
examine medical or monitoring records (8 CCR Sec. 5210(d)(5) and
(m)(4)).

Failure to post a copy of report of use (8 CCR Sec. 5208( )(4)). 
Failure to post required "CAUTION" signs or to apply required
"CAUTION" labels shall be classified as a general or serious
violation. 




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