OSHA has released its final rule occupational exposure to respirable crystalline silica. This silica standard will protect more than 2 million workers who are at risk for exposure to respirable crystalline silica in the workplace, but it will also come at a cost to employers. Here’s a
Silica dust exposure is very dangerous. It remains a serious threat to nearly two million U.S. workers. Those affected the most by silica dust work in high risk jobs that deal with abrasive blasting, tunneling or quarry work. Breathing in the silica dust, which is a carcinogen, can
The conventional way to check for air pollutants is with an Indoor Air Quality Test. Indoor air quality describes how the inside air could affect a person’s health, comfort, concentration and ability to work. It can include temperature, humidity, lack of outside air and exposur
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