Industry Profile for OSHA Standard 19260405

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Standard: 19260405 Wiring methods, components, and equipment for general use.

Click the link below to see the industry groups in which the specified standard has been cited by Federal OSHA during the period October 2014 through September 2015. 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 Industry Group - 4 digit

Citations Inspections Penalty Industry Classification
664 538 $558,311 Total for All Industries
191 169 $157,860 2381 / Foundation, Structure, and Building Exterior Contractors
147 113 $134,650 2382 / Building Equipment Contractors
104 81 $64,217 2361 / Residential Building Construction
99 78 $84,374 2362 / Nonresidential Building Construction
62 52 $59,276 2383 / Building Finishing Contractors
41 27 $40,890 2389 / Other Specialty Trade Contractors
4 4 $3,000 2371 / Utility System Construction
2 2 $2,155 5629 / Remediation and Other Waste Management Services
2 2 $1,339 5311 / Lessors of Real Estate
2 2 $400 2211 / Electric Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution
2 1 $6,300 2379 / Other Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction
2 1 $2,000 3219 / Other Wood Product Manufacturing
1 1 $1,000 5313 / Activities Related to Real Estate
1 1 $850 2373 / Highway, Street, and Bridge Construction
1 1 $0 8131 / Religious Organizations
1 1 $0 7213 / Rooming and Boarding Houses
1 1 $0 3323 / Architectural and Structural Metals Manufacturing
1 1 $0 5182 / Data Processing, Hosting, and Related Services

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