General Duty Standard
Reflects inspection data through 01/21/2022
This page enables the user to search the text associated with the general duty (5a1) standards cited during OSHA inspections. See instructions.
The Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) has been replaced by the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS). NAICS code has been collected for inspections since 2003 and SIC code began phasing out in 2011. Therefore, please note that search results using the SIC filter may not include inspections from 2011 on.
Note: Please read important information below regarding interpreting search results before using.
NOTE TO USERS
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