To better control this deadly dust, OSHA updated its crystalline silica exposure limit, making compliance much more difficult. Below you'll find articles that explain the ins and outs of the new rules, the best silica dust control methods, and what you need to do to become compliant.
Silica Dust Exposure Risks
Silica dust made at the time of cutting, grinding, crushing, or drilling
Silica dust that has built up over time and now covers the job site
Uncollected “new dust” or agitated “built-up” dust that is now suspended in the air