Webinar Explains How to Comply with Final Crystalline Silica Rule

Filed in Codes and Standards, Education, Safety by on June 14, 2016 0 Comments

The final rule on crystalline silica issued by the Occupational Health and Safety Administration goes into effect June 23, and the construction industry has exactly one year to comply.

Bradford Hammock, a partner at Jackson Lewis P.C., whose practice focuses exclusively on safety and health issues, recently recorded a free webinarOSHA’s New Final Rule on Crystalline Silica: What You Need to Knowto help home building industry professionals better understand the final rule and how it will affect their business.  

Specifically, it provides information about performing construction work on silica-containing materials, details on how the rule will affect construction job sites, what is necessary to comply with the final rule, key compliance dates and the rule’s historical significance.

The webinar is sponsored by the Construction Industry Safety Coalition, composed of 25 trade associations representing every construction trade, task and activity of the member associations. For more information, visit buildingsafely.org.

[Please note that while the webinar session is open to the public, a password—CSC4—is required to view it.]

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