Ohio Power Tool offers products to help with the clean up at the job site, while also protecting workers from harmful silica dust and keeping jobsites compliant with OSHA standards and regulations. Starting in January 2017, OSHA will begin issuing hefty fines for non-compliant jobsites that do not control their silica emissions. Regulations will limit respirable crystalline silica to 50 micrograms per cubic meter of air over an 8 hour shift. There are many ways to regulate silica dust exposure such as wet cutting and vacuum attachments. Be sure your vacuums are HEPA certified, and dont hesitate to give the pros at Ohio Power Tool a call at 800-242-4424
if you have any questions.