OSHA: Employers showing ‘good faith’ will get more time to comply with silica standard

From NCMA's eNews
September 28, 2017

Based on a new memorandum from OSHA, all employers who are impacted by the new crystalline silica standard will now have an additional 30 days to comply if they are making 'good faith' efforts to comply. The silica standard is aimed to reduce hazardous air qualities in the workplace for employees in the construction industry. Employers who are not making strides to comply after the 30 day extension, will undergo air monitoring and may receive citations from the agency. Read more.