The Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA), which has drawn a lot of fire from labor rights groups–as has the whole Department of Labor–for lax workplace regulation under the Republicans, recently posted its 2008 Top Ten List of most commonly cited standards (in other words, standards that resulted in the most citations for violations).

Construction came out in the top two spots, the first relating to scaffolding and the second to fall prevention. (Somehow, these two seem intertwined, don’t they?)

For the full list, plus another list on violations that resulted in the most fines, go to this OSHA page.