Standard Interpretations - (Archived) Table of Contents|
|MEMORANDUM FOR:||R. DAVIS LAYNE|
|THROUGH:||LEO CAREY, DIRECTOR|
OFFICE OF FIELD PROGRAMS
|FROM:||THOMAS J SHEPICH, DIRECTOR|
DIRECTORATE OF COMPLIANCE PROGRAMS
|SUBJECT:||Field Operations Manual (FOM) Interpretation on Sending Citations to a Construction Site|
1. Mailing. Upon the completion of citations and notifications of penalties, the original OSHA-2 for each employer shall be sent to the worksite; and duplicate copies shall be sent to each employer's home office.
2. Where to Post Citations. At many construction sites, the employer (whether prime contractor or subcontractor) provides a trailer or other worksite office. Where such a facility is provided and employees are likely to be in the vicinity of the facility on a daily basis, the citation shall be posted at that location.a. Other Location. A copy of the citation shall also be posted at any other location of the employer where employees are required to report on a daily basis. In some situations, such a location would be the employer's main or branch office; in other situations, such as highway construction, the location would be the place where employees actually work.
b. No Place to Post Citation. Where no obvious place for posting the citations exists (such as in highway construction where the trailer may be a considerable distance away and employees do not report to the trailer) the employer shall be required to furnish a suitable object on which to post the citation in a conspicuous location or immediately adjacent to the worksite. In any case, where the citation will be exposed to rain or snow, the citation shall be protected from the elements.
|MEMORANDUM FOR:||THOMAS J. SHEPICH, Director|
Office of Compliance Programming
|THROUGH:||LEO CAREY, Director|
Office of Field Programs
|FROM:||R. DAVIS LAYNE|
|SUBJECT:||FOM Interpretation on Sending Citations to a Construction Site|
|Standard Interpretations - (Archived) Table of Contents|
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