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The LWDII rate at a typical specialty construction site is 4.3.
employers with the highest LWDII rates urging them to take action to remove workplace hazards.
If an area office completes its inspections of all establishments with LWDII rates at or above 14, it can inspect additional establishments reporting an LWDII rate of 8 or greater, but less than 14.
The new program focuses primarily on facilities in Special Industry Codes (SIC) 22-39 (manufacturing) with the worst Lost Workday Illness/Injury (LWDII) rates in states in which OSHA has primary enforcement authority.
These include facilities with a LWDII of 28.0 or greater and with LWDII of 20.0 or greater that also have an OSHA inspection history since January 1993, which includes a fatality, catastrophe, willful violation, repeat violation or more than eight serious violations for all inspections.
The LWDII rate would be (45/645,010) x (200,000) = 13.95.
OSHA is sending notification letters to all employers with a LWDII of 7.0 and greater.
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