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Inspection Detail Definitions

  • Establishment Search is a query tool which locates OSHA inspections which were conducted within a particular establishment
  • Search Inspections By SIC is a query tool which locates OSHA inspections which were conducted within a particular industry group
  • Inspection Information enables access to information about an inspection when the activity number identifying the inspection is known
  • Accident Investigation Search enables the user to search the text of the Accident Investigation Summaries (OSHA-170 form) which result from OSHA accident inspections.
  • General Duty Standard Search enables the user to search the text associated with 5a1 standards cited during OSHA inspections.
  • Frequently Cited OSHA Standards is a query tool which allows the user to determine the most frequently cited Federal and State OSHA standards for a given NAICS code. The NAICS code may be determined by accessing the online NAICS Manual
  • SIC Search - Provides the ability to search the alphabetic index of the 1987 version manual by keywords; access detailed information for a specified SIC, Division, or Major Group
  • SIC Manual - Access detailed information for a specified SIC, Division, or Major Group; and browse through the manual structure
  • NAICS Manual - During 2003-2004, OSHA will be transitioning to NAICS, the North American Industry Classification System, a 6-digit industry grouping system developed in cooperation with Canada and Mexico.
  • Industry Profile for an OSHA Standard displays the industry NAICS codes in which a specified Federal OSHA standard is most often cited. Information is shown at the NAICS sector and 3,4,5 - digit NAICS levels.

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