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Faustino Nitzsche
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C. Pecquet

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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Faustino Nitzsche on Tuesday October 13, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to CM 3000 at Louisiana State University taught by C. Pecquet in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 38 views. For similar materials see /class/222669/cm-3000-louisiana-state-university in Construction Management at Louisiana State University.

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Date Created: 10/13/15
CM 3000 Midterm Review The unplanned release of energy resulting in injury or equipment damage Accident Direct and indirect costs involved with an accident Something that can cause injury or illness Hazard OSHA requires these be entered into the 300 log within 7 days Incident resulting from an injury or illness OSHAs inspection priority Imminent danger FATCATs complaints and planned inspections 8 hours Time limit to verbally report a FATCAT danger When the OSHA 300A must be posted Feb 1st to April 30 h An employee injury must be both of these in addition to meeting general criteria before it is reported on OSHA form 300 Work related and a new case Most accidents can be classified into these four hazard types Fall from caught in between struck by electrical One of these must certify the OSHA 300A Company executive Lost productivitywhat is an indirect cost 200000 hours Number of hours worked by 100 full time employees in a year Signed into Law in 1970 by Nixon OSHA act OSHA is an acronym for this Occupational Safety and Health Administration Three methods of exposure control Engineering administrative and PPE What to do if you can t prevent or eliminate a hazard Controlling exposure to the hazard Form used to report the details of an injury of illness OSHA form 301 Death loss of consciousness TRIRDART treatment beyond first aid General criteria of an injury Workers must experience this for an accident to happen Exposure to a hazard OSHA s mission Save lives prevent injuries and protect the health of American workers TRIR and DART incident rates General Duty Clause FATCATfatality or a castrophy Doctors bill and repair or equipment Direct cost CM 3000 Midterm Review The first thing that must occur before something is entered into the 300 log Employee experiencing an injury or illness Excavation and trenching25 feet is the maximum distance a worker should have to travel to get to a ladder in a trench that is 4 feet or deeper


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