Webinars & Podcasts

Silica Dust: Practicing Proactive Housekeeping for General Industry Compliance

As you’re probably aware if you’re in general industry, OSHA issued a much stricter requirement for the new permissible exposure level (PEL) of silica dust and the deadline is June 23, 2018. Employers can comply with the new rule and significantly reduce the risk of silica exposure by implementing best housekeeping practices. These measures include an improved maintenance plan with proper equipment to reduce or eliminate dangerous dust that settles on floors, walls, and overhead areas.

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Recorded May 2018

Combustible Dust: 5 Things You Need to Understand on the Road to Compliance

An estimated 30,000 U.S. facilities are at risk for a combustible dust fire and/or explosion according to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).

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Recorded October 2018

Silica Dust: Strategies for Compliance and Effective Control Plans

After several delays, OSHA’s new silica dust standard for building and construction became enforceable on September 23. During the first 30 days of enforcement, the agency will carefully evaluate good faith efforts taken to meet the standard. Learn how you can take the first step towards compliance. This presentation was hosted by Nilfisk, Inc. and The Ferri Group LLC.

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Recorded October 2017

Silica Dust: Understanding the Requirements & Provisions for Construction Industry Compliance

OSHA issued a final rule on silica dust exposure on June 23, 2016. View this webinar for the building & construction industry to learn how to stay up-to-date and in compliance.

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Recorded April 2017

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