OSHA’s 2016 crystalline silica rule impacted over 2.3 million workers. Recently, they’ve reopened it to make further modifications. And under the agency’s 2020 National Emphasis Program, they’re ready to enforce that rule even more aggressively.
Wondering what this means for you?
Between heightened scrutiny of your PPE use, increased emphasis on exposure control plans, and a host of new compliance obligations, several changes are in store - and it’s important to keep track of them.
In this on-demand webinar you'll learn:
- The changes OSHA is considering for the reopened silica rule
- Which workplaces will be targeted under the new Silica NEP – and what you can expect from inspections
- Table 1 modifications for construction
- The implications of mandatory medical surveillance programs for workers with silica exposure
- And more . . .