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OSHA's Updated Silica Rule

May 17, 2016

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has updated its rule on employee exposure to crystalline silica. Please join us for a panel discussion of the new rule and its impacts on construction and oil and gas operations. Topics will include:

  • Who is covered by the rule?
  • What does the rule say?
  • What types of construction activities are covered?
  • How does the rule affect the oil and gas industry?
  • What are industry's greatest concerns and how do they play out in the rule?
  • How does the rule apply to owners and contractors - who is responsible?
  • What are the liability risks and implications of silica exposure?
Speakers for this program will include:
  • Herb Gibson, CIH CSP, OSHA Area Director
  • Nicole Blevins, Of Counsel, DGS
  • Brenna Finn, Associate, DGS
  • Jordan Lipp, Partner, DGS
This program will be moderated by DGS Partner, Roger Freeman.

Event Information

May 18, 2016

1550 17th Street Suite 500 Denver, CO 80202

7:30 AM | Breakfast & Registration 8:00 AM | Program

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