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2020 CFR Group
Most Frequently Cited Standards

Most Frequently Cited Standards

Top most cited OSHA standards stated for each Subpart. Click image for more details.

1926 In-Cite Referencing

1926 In-Cite Referencing

Referenced CFR 1910 standards inserted at point of reference instead of in the back of the book. Click image for more details.

OSHA Cancer Policy

Added 1990 Cancer Policy

Includes selected sections of the OSHA Cancer Policy. Click image for more details.

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Most Frequently Cited OSHA Standards

We have replaced our Top 10 Most Cited Standards formerly found on page 9 of the Introduction to OSHA. In its place, you will find the Overall Most Frequently Cited (MFC) Serious Violation. As a further convenience, we reference the number of serious OSHA violations for each subpart on the opposite page prior to that subpart. Beginning with Subpart C and all the way through Subpart CC, we reproduce OSHAs MFC table listing the number of serious violations found on the page opposite the beginning of that section. Most Frequently Cited Standards

In-Cite Referencing

In many areas of the CFR 1926 Standards book OSHA references CFR 1910 standards. In the past, the stated 1910 referenced standards were grouped together and placed in the back of the book. We now incorporate the referenced standards by placing them in the same section in which they are referenced. You no longer have to search for the referenced standard in the back of the book. All general Industry sections have a light blue background to differentiate them from the construction industry text. Click the image below to expand and get a closer look.

1926 In-Cite Referencing

OSHA's 1990 Cancer Policy

New to both the 1910 and 1926 are selected sections of the OSHA Cancer Policy. As reported by the American Cancer Society, the death rate from cancer and reports of new cases of cancer in the US has declined steadily over the past 25 years. The inclusion of these selected sections is intended to help continue that decline. Click on the picture below to see a zoomed in version.

OSHA Cancer Policy

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