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Complying with OSHA's Silica Rule at Asphalt Plants and During Road Construction Activities

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� Webinar Recording �
Originally Presented: March 27, 2018 by Chuck Mull, Matt Mileski and Howard Marks

OSHA's Silica Rule or Permissible Exposure Limit (PEL) was finalized and implemented for the construction industry in 2017. The rule goes into effect in June 2018 for general industry which includes asphalt pavement mix facilities. The asphalt pavement industry has been proactive in understanding and implementing the necessary control equipment for road construction activities and has been reviewing the types of controls that may be needed at a mix facility. Learn what steps are needed to ensure compliance with the Silica Rule at asphalt mix facilities.


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