Worker and others exposed to silica. Not just in the plant but-sadly- in homes installing countertops.
Recycling is a great thing but often not for the workers. Cuts, Back injuries, Mold, Bacteria(feces), Noise,(vehicles, conveyors, bailers) waste chemicals, carbon monoxide(front loaders).
A silica exposure of staggering proportions. This is still going on! OSHA standard is 29CFR1926.1153
Health and Safety Plans(HASP’s), for complex Construction Projects especially large industrial demolitions projects.
NOISE TESTING TO PREVENT HEARING LOSS AND ACHIEVE OSHA COMPLIANCE. A combination of noise dosimetry and noise mapping is essential to conduct an effective noise exposure evaluation.
WHO NEEDS TO WEAR A RESPIRATOR?
IS IT THE RIGHT ONE?
This is many faceted issues that involve identifying the materials to can be inhaled by the worker and then monitor the work activity to determine if respiratory protection is necessary and what is the proper one.