OSHA Releases Interim Enforcement Guidelines for Silica Rule – MCAA’s Resources Will Help You Comply

October 20, 2017

OSHA recently released interim silica enforcement guidelines for its Compliance Safety and Health Officers (CSHOs). The guidelines, which are attached, may be helpful to you in preparation for OSHA’s enforcement of the standard.  MCAA expects that OSHA will begin full enforcement of the standard on October 23, 2017.      Guidelines

MCAA has a bank of silica safety resources that will help you protect your workers from overexposure, and help your companies comply with the standard. All the resources, including a worker safety training video, are available to members for free as a benefit of membership.  Direct links to the resources follow.

 

 

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