OSHA Auditing: Federal Compliance Guide: Construction

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OSHA Auditing Federal Compliance Guide Construction is used to assess compliance at construction sites with federal  OSHA health and safety regulations at 29 CFR 1926, as well as the agency’s general recordkeeping requirements at 29 CFR 1904. This guide covers OSHA construction standards applicable at the majority of construction sites throughout the United States, helping safety auditors identify all relevant OSHA construction regulations and meet these challenges successfully.
The Guide provides detailed construction safety checklists designed by STC’s own professionals to guide auditors through the process.  These OSHA safety checklists are able to be customized to specific construction activities, thereby streamlining the construction safety auditing process.

It is written primarily for Corporate Audit, Site Safety Managers, Project Managers and EHS directors.

Topic Area

  • Blasting and use of explosives
  • Commercial diving operations
  • Concrete and masonry
  • Cranes, derricks, hoists, and lifts
  • Demolition
  • Electric power transmissions and distribution
  • Electrical
  • Excavations
  • Fall protection
  • Fire protection and prevention
  • General safety and health
  • Hand and power tools
  • Materials handling
  • Motorized equipment and vehicles


Applicability Tables
Applicability Tables facilitate quick and easy determination of which regulations and sections of the checklists apply to specific facility operations

Pre-Audit Preparation
Lists materials to be reviewed before conducting an audit

Provides comprehensive, detailed requirement statements, with guidance on compliance issues and inspection procedures and practices

Enable quick recording of a facility s compliance status for each requirement. Additional features include Customizable Scoresheets.

Table of Contents

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