The Rocky Mountain Masonry Institute - Event Information
RMMI Professional Lunch and Learn: OSHA Silica Guidelines
Learn about the new OSHA Silica Guidelines and what you will need to do to ensure your business will meet compliance dates.
Key Provisions of the Regulation
Compliance Schedule Dates for final implementation
What is Silica?
Ways to Reduce Silica Exposure
Who will Benefit:
Any company who conducts abrasive blasting; cement manufacturing; concrete mixing; construction (mainly concrete work); demo; jack hammer operations; manufacturing of abrasives, paints, soaps, glass; mining; sandblasting; stone, brick, and concrete block cutting, blasting, chipping, grinding, sawing; or any process that may generate a silica exposure.
Construction Industry Training Council of Colorado 646 Mariposa St. Denver, CO 80204