The MCAA’s Silica Train-the-Trainer Course is a six-hour program that will train a key employee to train other employees to be a competent person with regard to the written exposure control plan.
The MCAA’s Silica Train-the-Trainer Course is a six-hour program that will train a key employee to train other employees to be a competent person with regard to the written exposure control plan.
January 31, 2017 9:00 AM CST

MCAA’s Silica Train-the-Trainer Course

Train key employees to be a competent person

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Note: The Executive Orders President Trump has issued regarding regulation do not apply to the silica rule since the rule was rolled out in 2016. The Orders only apply to new rules from this point forward. Our industry must prepare for the rule to be in place on June 23, 2017, as we have no indication that a change will occur before then. There are minimums for each class of 10 people.

On June 23, 2017, OSHA’s silica rule will be implemented. All jobsites will be required to have:

  1. A written exposure control plan.
  2. A competent person who has been trained on the exposure control plan and silica on a jobsite.
The MCAA’s Silica Train-the-Trainer Course is a six-hour program that will train a key employee to train other employees to be a competent person with regard to the written exposure control plan. Certificates will be provided to those who complete the program.

MCAA Members
$350.00
Non-Members
$700.00
Non-Members (MCAA Membership Included)
$850.00

SPACE IS LIMITED. Contact the MCAA at 800-536-2225 or visit
www.masoncontractors.org/train-the-trainer for more information.


About the Author

Jeff Buczkiewicz is the President and CEO of the Mason Contractors Association of America. Jeff has worked in the masonry industry for several years as the Executive Vice President of the Building Stone Institute and the Director of Marketing and Membership for the Mason Contractors Association of America. Jeff has also served as Secretary on the Board of the Natural Stone Council and is a former Board Member of the StonExpo Federation.

 

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