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Presented By: Dwayne S. Hartman, CSP, ASP, CRIS Dwayne is Vice President and Senior Loss Control Consultant with Lockton Companies Program is hosted by the American Society of Professional Estimators (ASPE) Heartland Chapter 32

Why attend the dinner meeting: Help your construction firm know the costs of compliance with OSHA’s Crystalline Silica Rule and avoid costly Cost over Runs, OSHA Fines and possible Worker Comp Claims

Crystalline silica dust is nasty business and can be incredibly harmful for employees who regularly breathe in the dust during their work day. Protecting workers from these hazards should be fundamental and these new OSHA rules should not come as much of a surprise. Most commonly silica dust is created from drilling, breaking cutting, tuck-pointing or grinding materials such as concrete, brick, rock and stone. 
June 23, 2017 is the deadline for construction (technically in effect June 23, 2016 but OSHA fines start in 2017. Other industries will be following in 2018 such as industrial, fracturing and maritime.