Industry Profile for OSHA Standard 19100036

Establishment Size: All sizes
Standard: 19100036 Design and construction requirements for exit routes.

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 Economic Sector - 2 digit

Citations Inspections Penalty Industry Classification
407 357 $739,566 Total for All Industries
71 65 $108,910 33 / Manufacturing (part 3 of 3)
47 42 $0 92 / Public Administration
46 37 $90,114 42 / Wholesale Trade
42 35 $103,406 49 / Transportation and Warehousing (2 of 2)
34 33 $65,933 32 / Manufacturing (part 2 of 3)
32 26 $127,280 45 / Retail Trade (part 2 of 2)
26 24 $76,963 44 / Retail Trade (part 1 of 2)
18 16 $34,980 31 / Manufacturing (part 1 of 3)
17 13 $33,838 72 / Accommodation and Food Services
12 10 $16,896 48 / Transportation and Warehousing (1 of 2)
11 9 $13,735 81 / Other Services (except Public Administration)
10 10 $23,727 56 / Administrative and Support and Waste Management and Remediation Services
10 9 $12,730 62 / Health Care and Social Assistance
8 8 $13,090 71 / Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation
6 5 $5,514 23 / Construction
6 4 $3,150 54 / Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services
5 5 $5,700 21 / Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction
3 3 $1,500 11 / Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting
2 2 $0 51 / Information
1 1 $2,100 52 / Finance and Insurance

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