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OSHA has begun enforcement of the new respirable crystalline silica regulations. If you do abrasive blasting with sand or on surfaces that contain silica, or if you etch, sand, crush, cut or otherwise release dust from granite, pavers, sand, concrete or other natural stone, you are at risk of exposure to hazardous airborne crystalline silica and lifelong health consequences.


  • Where silica is found
  • Health risks associated with crystalline silica
  • Job tasks that put you at risk
  • Requirements of OSHA's new regulations
  • Effective solutions to eliminate exposure
  • How you can protect yourself


This training program is a two disk set that includes:

  • Employee training video (29:54)
  • Instructor Notes
  • Student Handouts
  • Copies of the OSHA Respirable crystalline silica regulations for General Industry and for Construction
  • Related guidance documents, including materials containing silica and hazardous work tasks, specified silica exposure control methods, medical opinion and report documents, and some industry specific informational documents related to silica exposure
  • Student Quiz and Answer Key to ensure the information was understood
  • Certificate of Completion to document your training efforts
  • An instruction guide that lists any additional steps you must take to be in compliance with OSHA regulations
  • Our 800 number with free support

GET THE POINT Crystalline Silica Safety Training Program