How Dustless Blasting keeps you safe and OSHA compliant.
Dustless Blasting makes OSHA compliance simple.
Dustless Blasting is a great way to keep workers safe, and keep your business OSHA compliant. This is only a brief overview, but you can read the full guidelines on crystalline silica and abrasive blasting here.
OSHA Silica Rule Compliance
- A wet delivery method, like Dustless Blasting, is recommended by OSHA to protect workers from potentially hazardous airborne particles.
- This is critical in concrete applications, as the substrate itself can release respirable silica into the air.
- Dustless Blasting traps and grounds these dangerous particles, protecting workers and those nearby.
Comply with EPA Regulations
- Recycled glass abrasive is environmentally inert and will not harm vegetation.
- Because the dust plume is suppressed, blasting is easily contained. It may be performed near water or in environmentally sensitive areas.
- The best choice for jobs where compliance to EPA standards is crucial.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) was founded in 1971, and assures safe conditions for working people. In the abrasive blasting industry, many of the standards that OSHA enforces have to do with silicosis.