Construction Practice Leader Chimes in on OSHA's Evolving Silica Rule
OSHA finalized a new rule regarding silica exposure in March 2016 after 45 years of being virtually untouched. According to OSHA, this rule will help save more than 600 lives and prevent more than 900 new cases of silicosis each year. In a recent article published by Construction Executive Risk Management, Assurance's Construction Practice Leader Michael Alberico explained how to remain compliant with the rule as it stands and provided an update on enforcement.
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