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Comment Period Almost Over for OSHA Crystalline Silica Proposal, Cont.

Posted In Crystalline Silica, Employee Hazards, Employment Law, OSHA

As discussed on Monday, the permissible exposure level (“PEL”) for crystalline silica may soon be changing. OSHA has proposed a rule that would establish a new PEL, along with other safety measures to protect against the hazardous material. It should be kept in mind that any federal regulation set is the minimum standard that an employer must adhere to; it is always permissible for an employer to set more stringent requirements (in this case, a lower PEL) for their workplace. In addition, here are some recommended tips for employers whose workforces encounter crystalline silica: More >

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