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OSHA Final Regulatory Text for Silica in Construction

This is the final regulatory text for the 2016 OSHA silica standard for construction, which is scheduled for 6/23/2017 implementation. Visit CPWR’s...

NIOSH Workplace Solutions: Reducing Hazardous Dust Exposure When Dowel Drilling in Concrete

Construction workers may be exposed to hazardous dust containing respirable crystalline silica when using dowel drilling machines to drill horizontal...

OSHA Fact Sheet: OSHA’s Crystalline Silica Rule: Construction

OSHA Fact Sheet provides concise overview of the 2016 OSHA silica standard for construction....

OSHA Fact Sheet: Workers’ Exposure to Respirable Crystalline Silica: Final Rule Overview

OSHA Fact Sheet provides short overview of both 2016 silica standards, including one for general industry and maritime and one for construction....

Personal Air Sampling for Crystalline Silica Exposure

This PowerPoint was presented on April 14, 2016 to the NASA industrial hygiene community as part of a video teleconference on the new silica standard....

From 1990-2013, 442 Hispanics Died on the Job in NJ

This infographic provides key information about the 442 Hispanic, primarily construction workers who died in NJ from 1990 to 2013, including their sex...

Safety Alert: Use skid-steer loader lift arm supports during maintenance that requires lift arms to be raised

This alert is part of the Massachusetts Fatality Assessment and Control Evaluation (FACE) program. Since 2009, four workers in the state have been kil...

Hand Tools - Tips to Choose and Use Them Safely

This CPWR Hazard Alert on Hand Tools address choosing and using appropriate hand tools to avoid accidents and ergonomic injuries. Click on the followi...

Stop Silicosis

This OSHA video covers the promulgation of the revised silica standard, which was published on Mar 25, 2016. The YouTube video starts with a clip from...

Protect Your Workers From Heat Stress

This one-page NIOSH infographic summarizes the key steps that construction employers should take to keep their crews safe from the real dangers of hea...