The Silica Construction Standard & Exposure Control Plan (Formerly Silica Hazards in Construction)

11/06/2018 07:03 AM to 11/06/2018 04:00 PM (US/Central)

Hillside, United States

Registration Type Price
Non-Contributor 295.00
Contributor See below

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Course Duration: Full Day

Target Audience: Safety Managers, Company Owners and those Responsible for writing their company’s Exposure Control Plans

Course Description: This course is designed to assist contractors with the new OSHA Silica Health Standard for Construction, 29 CFR 1926.1153.

This course will cover the following topics representing the sections of the standard:

Scope and Definitions

Specified & Alternative Exposure Controls

Respiratory Protection


Written Exposure Control Plan

Medical Requirements

Communication of Hazard



At the end of this class each student will be able to:


Identify the tasks performed by their employees covered by the standard

Select which exposure control plans are needed for each identified task

Select the appropriate respirator (if needed) for each identified task

Draft a written exposure control plan

List the medical surveillance requirements

Draft methods of communicating the hazards of silica to their employees

List the recordkeeping requirements


Students will be using resources on the Internet and will be given digital handouts.  A laptop computer or a tablet that has a USB port or can receive e-mail is required.


To register for contributor pricing discounts, please download contributor registration form HERE
For  more information regarding contributor pricing contact Office Manager, Detria Walker: or (708) 449-8600 x200  

To schedule a private class please call
708-449-8600 x214



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Construction Safety Council
4415 W. Harrison St
    Suite 404
    Hillside, IL 60162
    United States


From 11/06/2018 07:03 AM
To 11/06/2018 04:00 PM


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