Date(s) - 01/24/2018
8:00 am - 10:00 am
Washington Group Plaza
Track No Tracks
Silica is considered to be “ubiquitous”, meaning you can find it just about anywhere in the world. Silica is in common construction materials and the earth itself. We see it in such things as beach sand, concrete, dirt roads, in glass, sandstone, marble, quartz, and granite. Construction trades work with silica in all of these forms. It is estimated that about 84% of the employees in the United States who are exposed to silica (or silicon dioxide) work in construction. The biggest impact of OSHA’s new standard will therefore be with the construction trades. Be able to answer questions like what is silica, what are the hazards, what are common health effects from exposure, how to limit exposures, what is required by new OSHA standards.
This class is fully booked.
NOTE: We do not have the manpower to make changes to your schedule or to track “wait lists” this year.
If a class is full, please go to the class and check in with the monitor at class time. The monitor will add folks on a first-come, first-served basis as space permits. Please, do not be late for your class (your spot will be filled) and please DON’T be a “No Show.” If your class is at AGC, ITD, Tates Rents, or Suez (previously United Water), please go to those locations to see if you can attend.
Also, please make sure you print your classes after you register. A confirmation email will be sent to the email address you provide during account registration. In order to check your class schedule, log in using your username and password and navigate to My Classes. If you cannot remember your classes, please come to the registration desk for your packet at the BSU Student Union Building the first day of the conference.