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How can you comply with OSHA’s new construction silica standard?

Contractors should begin planning their compliance approach to OSHA’s long-anticipated rule on respirable crystalline silica. The final rule establishes standards for the construction industry and general industry plus maritime. OSHA’s rule requires that construction companies be in full compliance by June 23, 2017 and general industry plus maritime by June 23, 2018.

Companies that have employees exposed to silica must fulfill certain duties to be in compliance. Our Senior Loss Control Consultant Dwayne Hartman explains what companies should do to be in compliance in Clearing the Air: OSHA’s New Construction Silica Standard.   

    
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