SLC 2016: Compliance and OSHA’s Respirable Crystalline Silica Rule

Tressi Cordaro, principal at Jackson Lewis P.C., discussed OSHA’s respirable crystalline silica rule and how it will influence the construction sector.

Whilst the respirable silica rule isn&rsquot in impact till June 23, 2017 for the building market, safety professionals are questioning whether or not they will be able to remain compliant.

Tressi Cordaro, principal at Jackson Lewis P.C., gave Security Leadership Conference attendees a road map to its respirable crystalline silica rule and answered some of those inquiries.

&nbsp&ldquoIt&rsquos just about everywhere, and attempting to regulate it is problematic,&rdquo Cordaro said. &ldquoThe query is can employers feasibly do what OSHA is asking them to do?&rdquo

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