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Occupational Safety and Health Administration OSHA

NAICS Code: 561720 Janitorial Services

Listed below are the standards which were cited by Federal OSHA for the specified NAICS Code during the period October 2019 through September 2020. Penalties shown reflect current rather than initial amounts. For more information, see definitions.


Standard Citations Inspections Penalty Description
Total 88 42 $235,320 All Standards cited for Janitorial Services
19101200 20 10 $22,264 Hazard Communication.
19100134 14 7 $31,515 Respiratory Protection.
19100132 10 7 $22,348 General requirements.
19100147 7 4 $39,752 The control of hazardous energy (lockout/tagout).
19040039 5 5 $14,573 --- No Description Found ---
19100133 5 5 $18,670 Eye and face protection.
19260503 3 3 $5,701 Training requirements.
19100028 2 2 $15,037 Duty to have fall protection and falling object protection.
19101025 2 1 $7,229 Lead.
19101030 2 2 $7,711 Bloodborne pathogens.
19260501 2 2 $3,118 Duty to have fall protection.
5A0001 2 2 $6,779 OSH Act General Duty Paragraph
19040004 1 1 $1,273 Recording criteria.
19040029 1 1 $675 Forms.
19040032 1 1 $463 Annual summary.
19040033 1 1 $656 Retention and updating.
19100023 1 1 $8,675 Ladders.
19100027 1 1 $2,750 Scaffolds and rope descent systems.
19100151 1 1 $4,097 Medical services and first aid.
19100178 1 1 $7,000 Powered industrial trucks.
19100212 1 1 $8,096 General requirements for all machines.
19100304 1 1 $1,388 Wiring design and protection.
19260095 1 1 $1,735 Criteria for personal protective equipment.
19260100 1 1 $1,388 Head protection.
19260403 1 1 $0 General requirements.
19260453 1 1 $2,429 Aerial lifts.

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