Attendees packed the National Safety Council's Learning Lab on Oct. 23 to hear in what areas employers across the United States have been failing at when it comes to safety.
Patrick Kapust, OSHA's deputy director, directorate of enforcement programs, announced the preliminary results for 2018 at the National Safety Congress in Houston.
"Typically we don't see a lot of changes from year to year," Kapust told attendees. "We like to encourage employers to use it as a guide as to what they should look at in their workplace."
View OSHA's top 10 violations by clicking through the slideshow.