safety compliance training Events

  • 2nd Annual Safety Training and Tool & product Expo

    The new crystalline silica standard was to have become effective on June 23, 2017 but OSHA delayed the rule until Sept. 23rd to allow contractors more time to plan for compliance. According to OSHA, “Respirable” silica exposure can cause silicosis, lung cancer, other respiratory ailments and kidney disease. Silica dust (a common chemical compound found in rock, concrete and brick) becomes ...


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