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OSHA is the government agency that regulates HSE for all industries, which creates jobs as companies continue to strive to meet these regulations. Silica standard delayed by OSHA 1/1 Back to Gallery Federal safety regulators are delaying enforcement of a new crystalline silica standard that sets exposure limits for the construction industry. The standard is designed to reduce the incidence of lung cancer, silicosis and other diseases caused by breathing in tiny silica particles. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration said it needs more time to provide information about the standard to employers. Enforcement was originally scheduled to begin June 23 but has been delayed to Sept. 23. About 2 million construction workers who cut, crush, drill or grind concrete and stone are exposed to crystalline silica, according to OSHA. The standard will be expanded next year to hydraulic fracturing and maritime employers. RELATED:Demand for sand is about to blast higher While OSHA has delayed enforcement for the construction industry, the federal agency said it still expects employers to take steps to come into compliance with the new exposure limits or to begin dust control measures. Employers should also continue to prepare for other new requirements including assessment of exposure levels and medical surveillance of employees exposed to silica, according to OSHA.
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