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Industry Profile for OSHA Standard 19260021

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Standard: 19260021 Safety training and education.

Click the link below to see the industry groups in which the specified standard has been cited by Federal OSHA during the period October 2015 through September 2016. 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
439 438 $1,180,366 Total for All Industries
282 281 $605,028 238 / Specialty Trade Contractors
63 63 $255,444 237 / Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction
53 53 $144,421 236 / Construction of Buildings
8 8 $41,919 561 / Administrative and Support Services
6 6 $19,233 541 / Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services
5 5 $25,815 423 / Merchant Wholesalers, Durable Goods
3 3 $650 531 / Real Estate
2 2 $21,201 213 / Support Activities for Mining
2 2 $15,143 327 / Nonmetallic Mineral Product Manufacturing
2 2 $11,224 221 / Utilities
2 2 $7,138 811 / Repair and Maintenance
2 2 $2,700 332 / Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing
2 2 $2,000 444 / Building Material and Garden Equipment and Supplies Dealers
1 1 $12,675 424 / Merchant Wholesalers, Nondurable Goods
1 1 $4,900 441 / Motor Vehicle and Parts Dealers
1 1 $4,300 324 / Petroleum and Coal Products Manufacturing
1 1 $2,800 517 / Telecommunications
1 1 $2,275 532 / Rental and Leasing Services
1 1 $1,500 488 / Support Activities for Transportation
1 1 $0 322 / Paper Manufacturing

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