OSHA Updates: Hazard Materials, Silica Dust and Crane Operators
Three important OSHA updates! Employers are required to train their workers by December 1, 2013 on the new labeling elements and safety data sheets format that results from the updated Hazard Communication Standard. Learn where silica dust exposures are most likely to occur and discuss steps to control it to protect your employees' health. By November 2014 all crane operators must be certified. Relevant information to help you and your company comply with the change in the regulatory landscape of crane work will be discussed.
1. Discuss the revised Hazard Communication Standard rule and how it affects businesses
2. Clarify the new classifications for labels and data sheets
3. Implement control options and the steps needed to reduce silica dust exposures
4. Explore what the crane operator certification exams entail to ensure your people will be prepared
For more information please visit www.worldofconcrete.com or contact Informa at 972-536-6416.
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