Interpretation and compliance with the OSHA “multi-employer” construction work site standard often varies depending on the jurisdiction. The presence of asbestos containing building materials (ACBM) dictates communication of the hazard to all employers and their employees by the party
OSHA began to regulate asbestos in the workplace in the 1970’s, adopting the permissible exposure limit (PEL) to regulate workplace exposure. The PEL has been reduced over the years as the health effects of asbestos-related work have become more widely known. Employers must take ext
Asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral found in certain rocks. It separates into strong, thin fibers that are invisible to the naked eye. Asbestos is strong, fire and corrosion resistant, and a good insulator. It was typically used in building materials as an additive to enhance
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