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Respirable Silica Program For Drywall Contractors

Nov 18, 2019· **This program was developed by FCA International in collaboration and consultation with Safety Controls Technology, Inc., the Northern Ohio Painting and Taping Contractors Association, Inc. and other FCA contractors, associations and industry partners.** Respirable Silica Program For Drywall Contractors . Last Revised: November 18, 2019

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Silica Written Exposure Control Plan We’re Building a

reduce the risk of silica exposure. Objective data use (Optional) Yes Data Source: National Gypsum testing data and OSHA testing data as described in OSHA document “Controlling Silica in Construction” 3362-05 dated 2009. Data conditions from the source is

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Drywall Installation

Drywall sheets and joint compound can contain talc, calcite, mica, gypsum, and silica. Read the material safety data sheets for your brand of drywall and compound for manufacturer-recommended safe work practices. Minimize dust emissions and use good ventilation. Wear safety glasses and respirator when you are exposed to dust.

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Control of Drywall Sanding Dust Exposures NIOSH CDC

When silica is present, workers may also face an increased risk of silicosis and lung cancer. Controls. A recent NIOSH Health Hazard Evaluation (HHE) found that drywall sanders were exposed to as much as 10 times the permissible exposure limit (PEL) of 15 mg/m3 for total dust set by the Occupational Safety

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Silica Dust Safety Program Ohio State University

Silica Dust Safety Program Prepared by: The Ohio State University Environmental Health and Safety Occupational Safety & Industrial Hygiene 1314 Kinnear Road Columbus, OH 43212-1168 614-292-1284 Phone 614-292-6404 Fax ehs.osu.edu . Page 2 Lead Safety

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Types of construction work excluded from the Silica

Jul 25, 2019· However, OSHA anticipates that employee exposures will typically remain below 25 µg/m 3 as an 8-hour TWA when working with drywall or sanding joint compound that contains crystalline silica only as a trace contaminant, provided that the sanding is performed in isolation from other silica

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Control of Drywall Sanding Dust Exposures

When silica is present, workers may also face an increased risk of silicosis and lung cancer. A recent NIOSH Health Hazard Evaluation ( HHE) found that drywall sanders were exposed to as much as 10 times the permissible exposure limit (PEL) of 15 mg/m3 for total dust set by the Occupational Safety

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Drywall WorkSafeBC

Drywall is a relatively safe material to use. The largest risk is dust and silica exposure from sanding. Over time this dust can cause upper respiratory problems similar to asthma. If silica is present, workers may face an increased risk for silicosis and lung cancer. Old drywall

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Silica Safe : Create-A-Plan

Click here for an explanation of the elements of a training program for oil and gas workers 1910.1053(j)(3). Please describe the housekeeping measures that will be used on the project to limit employee exposure to respirable crystalline silica

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