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DLLR's Division of Labor and Industry

 

MOSH Operating Plan 2013 - Maryland Occupational Safety and Health (MOSH)

 

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Operational Description by Strategy, Activities, and Outcomes

 

Strategic Goal

On-Site Consultation Strategy

Description of Planned On-Site Consultation Activities

Anticipated Impact of On-Site Consultation Activities

1) Improve workplace safety and health through compliance assistance and enforcement of  occupational safety and health regulations

Focus marketing efforts and visits toward targeted high hazard industries utilizing MOSH's SST-12, NEP's, and LEP's to work in conjunction with Enforcement and Compliance Assistance activities

Conduct the following number of visits:

a. Construction (SIC 1500 1799) 73
 
b. Manufacturing (SIC 2000 3999) 98
 
c. Trade, Transportation, Utilities (SIC 4000 5999) 85

1.1 - Total Reduction in the Fatality Rate by 1% (5% by end of FFY 2017)
1.2 - Maintain Injury and Illness DART rate at 2.0 (average DART rate from CY 2008-2010)

2) Promote a safety and health culture through Cooperative Programs, Compliance Assistance, On-Site Consultation Programs, Outreach, Training and Education, and Information Services

1.) Increase recognition programs in targeted high hazards industries utilizing MOSH'sSST-12, NEP's, and LEP's
2.) Work in conjunction with the Partnerships and Appliance Programs to share resources and further educate the companies and organizations working with MOSH.
3.) Continue to disseminate information and participate in MOSH's training and outreach activities.

1.) Increase Recognition Programs by one new company in 2013.

2.) Increase partnerships by 3 in 2013

3.) Maintain total number of trainees/participants anticipated to be effected by outreach activities in the areas covered by MOSH LEP's, SST-12, and Federal NEP's, including formal training, workshops, seminars, speeches, conferences, and informal worksite training at 6,000.

2.1 - Increase Recognition Programs from 22 to 23 (5 new Recognition programs by end of FFY2013)
2.2 - Increase partnership and alliance programs from 63 to 66
2.3 - Maintain attendance in MOSH outreach and training programs annually at 6,000 participants

3) Secure public confidence through excellence in the development  and delivery of MOSH programs and services

1.) Consultation will share in the technical development of the website and continue to maintain their Federal OSHA requirements, current information, and forms.
2.) A DLLR External Customer Survey form will be sent with each initial visit report.
3.) Initiate visits to small high hazard employers in a timely manner; ensure written reports are completed in a timely manner.

1.) A printed copy if original website at beginning of 5 Year Strategic Plan is kept on file and available upon request.

2.) Over 90% of the respondents rate "overall satisfaction" as satisfactory or better.

3.) 30 days between request and visit; 20 days between closing conference and written report.

3.1 - Percent of polled responses from MOSH website users indicating a positive overall experience established at 90% by 2013.
3.2 - Ninety percent of responding employers are satisfied in the consultation visit received.
3.3 - Provide prompt consultation service.

 

Maryland
FY 2012 Operating Plan

Activity and Areas of Emphasis

Safety

Health

Total

1. Total Visits

224

51

275

    a. Construction

65

8

73

    b. Non-Construction

159

43

202

2. Total Area of Emphasis Visits

200

45

245

3. Percentage Area of Emphasis Visits of Total Visits

90%

88%

89%

4. Emphasis Industries

     

Improve workplace safety and health through compliance assistance and enforcement of occupational safety and health regulations.

     

      1. Construction (SIC 1500-1799)

65

8

73

      2. Manufacturing (SIC 2000-3999)

66

21

87

      3. Trade, Transportation, Utilities (SIC 4000-5999)

69

16

85

5. Emphasis Safety & Health Hazards

61

6

66

    a. Silica

0

2

2

    b. Hexavalent Chromium

0

1

1

    c. Combustible Dust

1

1

2

    d. Other LEPs

60

2

62

6. Activities Related to Agency Measures

     

7. Total SHARP Sites

 

8. Total Renewals

2

    a. New

1

 

    b. Current

7

9. Total Pre-SHARP Sites

1

10. Total Interventions (Form 66)

32