1. Failing to provide information about the Hazard Communication standard and the actual hazards of the chemical that are present.
  2. Not having a Hazard Communication Program.
  3. Not having a written fire prevention program.
  4. OSHA Log hasn’t been properly maintained or is missing.
  5. Not having an MSDS for every hazardous chemical in use.
  6. Not properly labeling all containers or groups of containers containing hazardous chemicals.
  7. Not marking exits or accesses to exits.
  8. Improper building design, construction, maintenance or occupancy of a building or structure containing Employee(s).
  9. Fire extinguishers not located or mounted in an accessible and safe location or not provided.
  10. Failure to provide fire extinguisher training.
    1. Improper wiring is present in one of the following ways:
      • Unused openings and electrical boxes not closed.
      • Conductors entering boxes are not protected from abrasion
    1. Improperly using a flexible cord in one of the following ways:
      • Flexible cord smaller than a #12 was spliced
      • Solder used to splice a flexible cord
      • Used as a substitute for fixed wiring
      • Ran through holes in the ceiling and/or walls
      • Ran through doorways and/or windows
  11. Exposed or non-current carrying metal surfaces of fixed equipment are not grounded.