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Industry Profile for OSHA Standard 19101200

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Standard: 19101200 Hazard Communication.

Click the link below to see the industry groups in which the specified standard has been cited by Federal OSHA during the period October 2016 through September 2017. Penalties shown reflect current rather than initial amounts. For more information, see definitions.

NAICS Economic Sector - 2 digit | NAICS Economic Subsector - 3 digit | NAICS Industry Group - 4 digit | NAICS Industry - 5 digit

NAICS Economic Subsector - 3 digit

Citations Inspections Penalty Industry Classification
3,610 1,995 $3,910,098 Total for All Industries
587 301 $490,932 238 / Specialty Trade Contractors
361 204 $336,268 332 / Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing
216 121 $172,426 811 / Repair and Maintenance
135 74 $156,384 423 / Merchant Wholesalers, Durable Goods
127 71 $158,600 327 / Nonmetallic Mineral Product Manufacturing
118 67 $103,403 333 / Machinery Manufacturing
111 62 $148,989 561 / Administrative and Support Services
111 60 $90,628 236 / Construction of Buildings
100 58 $110,616 326 / Plastics and Rubber Products Manufacturing
96 53 $71,630 321 / Wood Product Manufacturing
84 44 $85,537 323 / Printing and Related Support Activities
84 41 $118,835 722 / Food Services and Drinking Places
79 43 $114,649 337 / Furniture and Related Product Manufacturing
76 43 $108,093 325 / Chemical Manufacturing
73 44 $48,283 441 / Motor Vehicle and Parts Dealers
72 46 $87,290 336 / Transportation Equipment Manufacturing
71 36 $125,463 424 / Merchant Wholesalers, Nondurable Goods
64 27 $36,866 812 / Personal and Laundry Services
62 48 $108,124 311 / Food Manufacturing
57 31 $54,654 339 / Miscellaneous Manufacturing
55 32 $87,412 331 / Primary Metal Manufacturing
54 31 $32,093 621 / Ambulatory Health Care Services
54 29 $127,287 721 / Accommodation
53 25 $30,928 713 / Amusement, Gambling, and Recreation Industries
48 25 $93,888 562 / Waste Management and Remediation Services
44 26 $76,063 237 / Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction
42 25 $44,328 488 / Support Activities for Transportation
36 20 $0 924 / Administration of Environmental Quality Programs
30 18 $51,185 484 / Truck Transportation
29 20 $48,686 322 / Paper Manufacturing
29 20 $19,050 493 / Warehousing and Storage
28 22 $68,851 213 / Support Activities for Mining
28 13 $8,936 541 / Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services
25 14 $37,035 334 / Computer and Electronic Product Manufacturing
23 13 $26,003 623 / Nursing and Residential Care Facilities
20 10 $17,832 444 / Building Material and Garden Equipment and Supplies Dealers
15 10 $15,131 335 / Electrical Equipment, Appliance, and Component Manufacturing
15 8 $125,286 445 / Food and Beverage Stores
14 8 $15,675 611 / Educational Services
14 7 $9,343 453 / Miscellaneous Store Retailers
12 5 $6,704 315 / Apparel Manufacturing
12 5 $6,596 532 / Rental and Leasing Services
12 4 $7,991 711 / Performing Arts, Spectator Sports, and Related Industries
11 7 $20,860 312 / Beverage and Tobacco Product Manufacturing
11 7 $0 712 / Museums, Historical Sites, and Similar Institutions
11 5 $15,555 531 / Real Estate
11 5 $13,093 454 / Nonstore Retailers
10 8 $0 928 / National Security and International Affairs
10 6 $15,769 442 / Furniture and Home Furnishings Stores
10 3 $11,338 624 / Social Assistance
9 5 $17,111 112 / Animal Production and Aquaculture
9 5 $0 221 / Utilities
8 6 $0 922 / Justice, Public Order, and Safety Activities
8 5 $11,179 324 / Petroleum and Coal Products Manufacturing
8 5 $0 926 / Administration of Economic Programs
8 4 $3,004 452 / General Merchandise Stores
8 4 $1,069 314 / Textile Product Mills
8 3 $7,000 443 / Electronics and Appliance Stores
7 4 $14,408 447 / Gasoline Stations
7 4 $6,496 316 / Leather and Allied Product Manufacturing
7 3 $5,711 115 / Support Activities for Agriculture and Forestry
7 3 $4,563 492 / Couriers and Messengers
6 4 $9,054 622 / Hospitals
6 3 $6,508 446 / Health and Personal Care Stores
5 4 $14,471 211 / Oil and Gas Extraction
5 4 $13,218 491 / Postal Service
5 3 $0 313 / Textile Mills
5 2 $5,633 517 / Telecommunications
5 2 $3,694 111 / Crop Production
5 2 $2,375 485 / Transit and Ground Passenger Transportation
4 3 $9,235 511 / Publishing Industries (except Internet)
4 3 $6,343 451 / Sporting Goods, Hobby, Musical Instrument, and Book Stores
4 2 $0 448 / Clothing and Clothing Accessories Stores
4 1 $5,541 482 / Rail Transportation
2 2 $0 813 / Religious, Grantmaking, Civic, Professional, and Similar Organizations
2 1 $0 212 / Mining (except Oil and Gas)
2 1 $0 923 / Administration of Human Resource Programs
1 1 $2,900 481 / Air Transportation
1 1 $0 113 / Forestry and Logging

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