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MSHA:

Violations
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OSHA:

Violations
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WHD:

Violations
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  • MSHA
    Coverage: National
    Period: 30 days, Start Date to End Date
    Inspections
    Violations
    Negligence
    Accidents
    Employment/Production
  • OSHA
    Coverage: National
    Period: 30 days, Start Date to End Date
    Inspections
    Inspection Type
    Violations
    NAICS: Top Ten
  • EBSA
    Coverage: National
    Period: Latest Complete Fiscal Quarter
    Plan Administration Case Type
    Plan Administration Penalties
  • OFCCP
    Coverage: National
    Period: Fiscal Year
    Evaluations Violations
    Investigations Violations
    Investigations Basis
  • WHD
    Coverage: National
    Period: 30 days, Start Date to End Date
    Cases
    Violations
    FLSA Repeat Violators
Source:
MSHA Operator Quarterly Employment Data
Type:
Scatter Chart with multiple Y axes
Y Axes:
Numeric Values (Tons, Hours, Employees)
Coverage:
National
Period:
Quarterly (Calendar Year)
Scale:
Linear
Updated:
Quarterly
Measures:
  • Average Employee Count: Average number of employees reported by the Operator for the Quarter {Symbol: green figurine; Y axis: Green}
  • Employee Hours: Number of hours worked reported by the Operator for the Quarter {Symbol: Clock; Y axis: Brown}
  • Coal Production: Amount of Coal produced in Tons reported by the Operator for the Quarter {Symbol: Grey Cart, Y axis: Black}
Source:
MSHA Accident Data
Type:
Line Chart
X Axis:
Day of the week on which the data is
 
aggregated for the previous week
Y Axis:
Numeric values
Coverage:
National
Period:
28 days ( to )
Scale:
Logarithmic
Updated:
Weekly
Measures:
  • Days Lost: Actual days lost from work due to the injury/illness
  • Accidents
  • Fatalities
Source:
MSHA Violations Data
Type:
Bubble Chart with discrete X and Y axes
X Axis
Section of the Mine Act under which the
 
Violation was issued
Y Axis
Level of Negligence assigned to the Violation
Coverage:
National
Period:
30 days ( to )
Scale:
Logarithmic (bubble size)
Updated:
Weekly
Measures:
  • Negligence:
    • Moderate Negligence
    • High Negligence
    • Reckless Negligence
  • Section of the Mine Act:
    • 104(b), 104(d), 104(g), 107(a): Elevated Citations and Orders
    • Other: Violations issued under other sections of the Mine Act
Source:
MSHA Inspection Data
Type:
Stacked individual area pie chart
Coverage:
National
Period:
30 days ( to )
Scale:
Linear
Updated:
Weekly
Measures:
  • New Inspections: Opened in the last 30 days
  • Closed Inspections: Closed in the last 30 days
  • Ongoing Inspections: Opened prior to 30 day reporting period and still not closed
  • Inspections with Significant & Substantial (S&S) Violations: Based on number of New Inspections only
  • Inspections with Violations other than S&S
  • Inspections with no Violations: Based on number of New Inspections only
  • Paid Penalties: Paid Penalties for violations issued under New Inspections only (when null, not displayed)
  • Unpaid Penalties: Unpaid Penalties for violations issued under New Inspections only (when null, not displayed)
Source:
OSHA Inspection Data
Type:
Stacked individual area pie chart
Coverage:
National
Period:
30 days ( to )
Scale:
Linear
Updated:
Weekly
Measures:
  • New Inspections: Opened in the last 30 days
  • Closed Inspections: Closed in the last 30 days
  • Ongoing Inspections: Opened prior to 30 day reporting period and still not closed
  • Inspections with Violations
  • Inspections with no Violations: Based on number of New Inspections only
  • Assessed Penalties: Assessed Penalties for violations issued under New Inspections only
Source:
OSHA Inspection Data
Type:
Donut Pie chart
Coverage:
National
Period:
30 days ( to )
Scale:
Linear
Updated:
Weekly
Measures:
  • Distribution, in percentages, of all New Inspections across Inspection Type categories
Source:
OSHA Violation Data
Type:
Horizontal Bar chart
X Axis
Numeric Values
Y Axis
Violations Classification
Coverage:
National
Period:
30 days ( to )
Scale:
Logarithmic
Updated:
Weekly
Measures:
  • Willful: Violation committed with intentional knowing or voluntary disregard for the law, or with plain indifference to worker safety and health
  • Serious: Serious Violations occur when there is substantial probability that death or serious physical harm could result from a hazard about which the employer knew or should have known
  • Repeat: Repeat Violations are issued when an employer previously has been cited for the same or a similar violation of a standard, regulation, rule or order within the last five years
  • Other
Source:
OSHA Violation Data
Type:
Bar chart
X Axis:
Ordinal numbers
Y Axis:
Numeric Values
Coverage:
National
Period:
30 days ( to )
Scale:
Linear
Updated:
Weekly
Measures:
  • Distribution of New Inspections across Industry Codes
Source:
EBSA Case and Penalty Data
Type:
Pie chart
Coverage:
National
Period:
Latest Complete Fiscal Quarter
Scale:
Linear
Updated:
Quarterly
Measures:
  • Case Type ('Deficient Filer', 'Later Filer', 'Non Filer') distribution
Source:
EBSA Case and Penalty Data
Type:
Pie chart
Coverage:
National
Period:
Latest Complete Fiscal Quarter
Scale:
Linear
Updated:
Quarterly
Measures:
  • Penalties Amounts distribution
Source:
EBSA Case and Penalty Data
Type:
Bar chart
X Axis:
Ordinal numbers
Y Axis:
Numeric Values
Coverage:
National
Period:
Start to End
Scale:
Linear
Updated:
Quarterly
Measures:
  • Distribution of Subjects
Source:
OFCCP Evaluations Data
Type:
Donut Pie chart
Coverage:
National
Period:
Fiscal Year
Scale:
Linear
Updated:
Quarterly
Measures:
  • Violations Distribution. 'Other' is an aggregation of the Violation Types not explicitly listed
Source:
OFCCP Investigations Data
Type:
Donut Pie chart
Coverage:
National
Period:
Fiscal Year
Scale:
Linear
Updated:
Quarterly
Measures:
  • Violations Distribution. 'Other' is an aggregation of the Violation Types not explicitly listed
Source:
OFCCP Investigations Data
Type:
Donut Pie chart
Coverage:
National
Period:
Fiscal Year
Scale:
Linear
Updated:
Quarterly
Measures:
  • Case Type ('Disabled', 'Veteran', 'Race', 'Sex', 'National Origin', 'Religion', 'Color', 'Other') distribution
Source:
Wage & Hour Investigative Data
Type:
Line Chart
X Axis:
Year
Y Axis:
Percentage of Cases
Coverage:
National
Period:
2007 to Present
Scale:
Logarithmic
Updated:
Monthly
Measures:
  • Repeat violators type:
    • Repeat
    • Willful
    • Repeat & Willful
Source:
Wage & Hour Investigative Data
Type:
Pie chart
Coverage:
National
Period:
30 days ( to )
Scale:
Linear
Updated:
Monthly
Measures:
Source:
Wage & Hour Investigative Data
Type:
Stacked individual area pie chart
Coverage:
National
Period:
30 days ( to )
Scale:
Linear
Updated:
Monthly
Measures:
  • Back Wages ATP: Total Back Wages employers agreed to pay
  • Civil Monetary Penalty: Total Civil Monetary Penalties. (Will not display if no penalty.)
  • Cases with Violations
  • Cases with No Violations

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