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Top 20 industries for OSHA respiratory protection program citations

August 28, 2012
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SIC Major Group - 2 digit

617 303 400571 1700/Construction Special Trade Contractors
583 257 380963 3400/Fabricated Metal Products, Except Machinery And Transportation Equipment
274 124 170968 3200/Stone, Clay, Glass, And Concrete Products
224 108 139941 3500/Industrial And Commercial Machinery And Computer Equipment
160 70 122641 3700/Transportation Equipment
153 64 90736 7500/Automotive Repair, Services, And Parking
148 64 96243 2800/Chemicals And Allied Products
140 57 50999 2400/Lumber And Wood Products, Except Furniture
135 60 61974 3000/Rubber And Miscellaneous Plastics Products
128 68 67748 5000/Wholesale Trade-durable Goods
128 71 579836 2000/Food And Kindred Products
115 58 52705 1500/Building Construction General Contractors And Operative Builders
109 60 103334 3300/Primary Metal Industries
98 41 44681 7300/Business Services
75 35 53086 5100/Wholesale Trade-non-durable Goods
72 31 46593 2500/Furniture And Fixtures
68 32 39177 3600/Electronic And Other Electrical Equipment And Components, Except Computer Equipment
61 28 60736 1600/Heavy Construction Other Than Building Construction Contractors
60 24 36211 4400/Water Transportation
59 31 45467 4200/Motor Freight Transportation And Warehousing

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