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OSHA’s Top 10 Most Cited Standard Violations of 2020

OSHA released its list of the 10 most cited standard violations of fiscal year 2020. This list reminds employers of the importance of safety and alerts them of commonly cited standards, allowing them to pinpoint areas needing improvement. Below are the top 10 most frequently cited violations of 2020.



  • Fall Protection – General Requirements (5,424)

  • Hazard Communication (3,199)

  • Respiratory Protection (2,649)

  • Scaffolding (2,538)

  • Ladders (2,129)

  • Lockout/Tagout (2,065)

  • Powered Industrial Trucks (1,932)

  • Fall Protection – Training Requirements (1,621)

  • Personal Protective and Life Saving Equipment – Eye and Face Protection (1,369)

  • Machine Guarding (1,313)

Find out more about these violations and JLA's resources that help our clients find and fix recognized hazards in the workplace.


We provide several prevention resources, including loss control insights, tech sheets, online trainings and safety briefs. It’s critical that policyholders develop a safety committee as part of their safety program to meet all requirements and help prevent injury, illness and death.



Count on JLA for Loss Control Solutions

In Michigan and across the country, Loss Control has been a solution to the ever-changing landscape of workplace safety. When executed properly, basic implemtnation can be a very smart risk management tool. JLA Insurance Group has a wide range of solutions to assist with Loss Control Solutions through our numerous top-rated insurance companies that we partner with.


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