JOIN US May 17th at 12:00 PM EST for our discussion on MSHA’s take on dust monitoring and what you need to do.
The U.S. Mine Safety & Health Administration (MSHA) considers respirable dust and silica to be one of the most serious occupational hazards in the mining industry, including – metal, nonmetal, stone, sand and gravel, and coal mining operations. MSHA is now starting to look for dust testing, which they have typically not done in the past for surface mines.
Tune in to learn the MSHA regulations and the steps you need to take to stay compliant and avoid thousands in citations.
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Webinar Registration: MSHA's Take on Silica Dust Monitoring