Complying with OSHA's New Silica Rule
Chris Trahan Cain
Non-Member: $50.00Your price
Archived webinar. In March 2016, OSHA released its final silica rule, lowering permissible exposure limits (PEL). Decades in the making and after years of regulatory review, the final rule provides some relief for employers who use a variety of engineering controls on equipment that abrades aggregate or other silica bearing materials. Attendees will learn about how the rule impacts the road paving industry and how to ensure compliance.
Recorded: August 17, 2016
63 minutes/50 MB