Employees who inhale tiny crystalline silica particles are at risk of developing serious diseases, some of which may be deadly. By following new OSHA standards and using the right silica dust control systems, employers can keep their workers safe from the hazards of crystalline silica.
Ongoing exposure to airborne silica dust can pose significant health hazards, and over time, it can even prove fatal. To increase concrete worker safety on construction sites, the OSHA is instituting more stringent concrete dust collection regulations. Learn how to properly contain silica-containing concrete dust.
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