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Respirable Crystalline Silica in Construction Workplaces. Sample Employee Training Presentation. Developed by OSHA, 2019. Notes . to . employers and other trainers: This is a sample presentation developed by OSHA to help employers or other instructors train employees covered under the OSHA respirable crystalline silica standard for construction (29 CFR 1926.1153).

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The competent person must have the knowledge and ability necessary to fulfill the responsibilities set forth in worksite silica exposure control plan as required by subsection (g) of Section 1532.3. NOTE: For activities falling within the scope of Section 1530.1, all of the above must be addressed with employees and supervision on at least an ...

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Mar 31, 2010· Slide 6 Silicosis Other Health Effects of Silica Exposure Slide 9 Current Respirable Silica Quartz Exposure Limits AIR SAMPLING EQUIPMENT PERSONAL SAMPLING Slide 13 Concrete Cutting (Dry) Example Slide 15 Slide 16 Slide 17 Slide 18 Slide 19 Slide 20 Slide 21 Slide 22 Slide 23 Slide 24 Silica Conclusions Silica Conclusions

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The Silica Exposure Control Plan for General Industry includes the policies required for a facility with crystalline silica hazards. It features: Company Silica Safety Policy for General Industry Employers; Silica Regulated Areas Exposure Control Plan Template; Microsoft Word fornat for easy customizing.

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PowerPoint Presentations. ... Dust & Silica — E — Earthquakes ... This how-to video will walk you through everything you need to know to get started using the translation features of PowerPoint. For more information on using Translator with Microsoft PowerPoint, visit here.

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Responsible employers have been protecting workers from harmful exposure to respirable crystalline silica for years, using widely-available equipment that controls dust with water or a vacuum system. OSHA estimates that the rule will save over 600 lives and prevent more than 900 new cases of silicosis each year, once its effects are fully realized.

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Occurs after exposure to larger amounts of silica over a shorter period of ... Silica dust exposure can be controlled by use of water or exhaust ventilation to ... – A free PowerPoint PPT presentation (displayed as a Flash slide show) on PowerShow.com - id: b39a8-OWE2N

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Easy-to-use training kit provides all the materials you need for a successful safety plan Train as many employees as you need, as often as you need Good for new employees or as a refresher 17 Minute Respirable Crystalline Silica for Construction Training Video PowerPoint Presentation OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1926.1153, 1910.134* Documents Include: Compliance Manual*, Completion Certificate ...

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Feb 05, 2018· Silica 2018 construction 1. OSHA's Crystalline Silica Construction Regulation 29 CFR §1926.1153• Training • Exposure Control • Medical Surveillance • Written Programs Draft 2 3 2018 2. Training • Silica training needs to be done.

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fumed silica market - Fumed silica is the type of silica that contains microscopic droplets of amorphous silica used worldwide as a universal thickening agent and anticaking agent in powders. It is Also known as pyrogenic silica, used in several industries such as paints, coatings, adhesives, plastics, sealants, cosmetics, unsaturated polyester ...

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File Name: File Size: File Type: 2014_Field_slide_presentation_black_lung.pptx: 234495: PPTX File certified-person-maintenance-calibration-cpdm-exam-pool.pdf

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USE THE SILICA EXPOSURE CONTROL PLAN & SILICA SAFETY PRESENTATION WHEN CONDUCTING TRAINING OVERVIEW |Silica Safety • Explain that the purpose of PDI's silica safety policy is to: provide awareness about silica exposure hazards outline precautions to avoid hazardous levels of silica dust

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DOSH also regulates employee exposure to silica by setting a "permissible exposure limit" for silica in the air which cannot be exceeded If this limit is exceeded employers are required to exceeded. If this limit is exceeded, employers are required to control employee exposure by reducing dust levels or …

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The purpose of this training is to alert your employees to the serious health hazards of silica dust. The DOSH hazard ... of this presentation. You can read the text in ... Silica dust exposure can be controlled by use of water or exhaust ventilation

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Crystalline silica. When products or materials containing crystalline silica are cut, sanded, drilled or ground into, a very fine dust is created. This dust is harmful when inhaled and can lead to silicosis. Silicosis can be fatal within five to 10 years – sometimes for people as young as 20 or 30.

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This PowerPoint explains the dangers workers face when exposed to excessive amounts of crystalline silica dust. To prevent harmful exposures, OSHA has developed regulations for general industry, maritime operations, and the construction industry.

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11 Long-Term Health Effects of Silica Exposure •Silicosis - scarring around the particle ―Acute (weeks to 4-5 years) ―Accelerated (5-10 yrs) ―Chronic (>10-20 yrs) •Shortness of breath, cough, weakness •COPD ―Bronchitis, Emphysema

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Dust composition is often unpredictable and health effects from exposure can be delayed. 30 slides: Respirators and Dust Hazards Explores the hazards of respirable dust, its sources and methods of providing personal protection. 52 slides: Silica Risk Reduction This presentation on silica is from a lawyer's point of view. Includes information on ...

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Respirable crystalline silica is a serious health hazard to workers. Workers exposed to silica dust are at an increased risk of developing serious silica-related illnesses. Companies must use engineering controls and work practices to protect workers from silica dust exposure at or above the PEL. PPT …

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Dangers of Silica - Silica may be of several distinct types. For example, quartz is a crystalline form of silica and is the most common mineral in the earth's crust. When rock containing quartz is chipped, hammered, drilled, crushed, loaded, hauled, or dumped, small particles of silica are released into the air and can be inhaled by workers.

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Respirable Crystalline Silica in General Industry/Maritime Workplaces. Sample Employee Training Presentation. Developed by OSHA, 2019. NIOSH. Notes . to . employers and other trainers: This is a sample presentation developed by OSHA to help employers or other instructors train employees covered under the OSHA respirable crystalline silica standard for general industry and maritime(29 …

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Communication of respirable crystalline silica . hazards to employees . The employer shall : include respirable crystalline silica in their HazCom program, ensure the employee has access to labels on containers of crystalline silica and safety data sheets, ensure that at least the following hazards are addressed: • Cancer, • lung effects, •

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Handouts. Mar 15, 2019 Health Advisory on Stone Fabrication Hazards California Department of Public Health; Sep 06, 2018 Hardhat Sticker - Silica Dust Kills Occupational Health Internship Program, UHB-CDPH, SBCTC of California. Hardhat sticker art. Don't Bite the Dust! Silica Dust Kills. More Info at silica-safe.org. Aug 23, 2019 Hazard Alert – Silica (English) CPWR

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For employees exposed to silica on construction jobs Instructor's Guide Purpose of This Training Module You may use this slide presentation to comply with the WISHA chemical hazard communication training requirements (WAC 800 - 170). You can read the training requirements in the rule at the end of this guide. Silica is considered a type of ...

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Dust Exposure. The response of the respiratory system from exposure to occupational dust and the health effects it can have on the body, depends on the makeup and structure of the dust particles. Without proper safety precautions, occupational dust exposure can lead to occupational dust related lung diseases, such as silicosis.

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18. The Written Exposure Control Plan must contain which of the following (circle all that apply): a. A description of the tasks that involve exposure to respirable crystalline silica b. A description of the engineering controls, work practices, and respiratory protection used to limit employee exposure to respirable crystalline silica for each ...

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PPT-SM-SILICA 2014 Silica Dust . Silica dust can be found in numerous industrial operations • Hydraulic fracturing ( fracking) and sandblasting – The sand used in fracking and sandblasting contains up to 99% silica • Abrasives such as sandpaper and grinding and polishing agents • Drilling, crushing, loading, hauling, and dumping of rock 4

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