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Silica - WorkSafeBC

Silica is one of the most common hazards on a worksite, particularly in the construction, oil and gas, manufacturing, and agriculture industries. Silica dust can cause silicosis, a serious and irreversible lung disease. It can also cause lung cancer. Cutt

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Asphalt Plant Safety - Part I | Roads & Bridges

A northwest asphalt plant was partially destroyed when it caught fire on a windy spring day. The 6,000-lb batch plant was oriented with the drier running north to south with the hot-stone elevator on the east side. The plant, under the pressure of product

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Grinders and Grinding Machines Datasheets

Toolbox Talk Portable Grinders February 17 2016 – By Dean Kurtz Construction Company • Do not clamp portable grinders in a vise for grinding handheld work • Do not keep any materials close to the grinding wheel when it is not in use • Do not carry a grind

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Concrete With Fly Ash Vs. Concrete Without? - Concrete

The straight concrete mix will always cure faster than a mix with fly ash in it, but the ultimate strength will be about the same. Just don't pour a big slab in cold weather with a fly ash mix if you expect to finish it the same day.

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METHOD STATEMENT FOR CONCRETE SAMPLING AND TESTING

This method statement is applicable for collecting samples for concrete before and during concrete pouring activities and doing the standard tests. Applicable Standards/References BS 1881Part 5, Methods of Testing Hardened Concrete for Other Than Strength

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TBT - Spotter Safety

TOOLBOX TALK General Safety — Spotter Safety Print Date: ICA News 5/5/2010 ... batch truck backing up to a paver, a mixer truck backing into a hopper or hoist bucket, or ... Walking backwards could yield a situation where tripping hazards are difficult to

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Tool Box Talk - Environment

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Safety and Health Topics | Concrete and Concrete Products

This section identifies some of the major industry segments involved in the manufacturing of concrete and concrete products, and in construction work with concrete. It also lists some of the leading workplace hazards for these industries and links to safe

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New OSHA fact sheet addresses silica rule for general

Washington — OSHA has published a fact sheet intended to help employers comply with the agency’s standard on worker exposure to respirable crystalline silica (1910.1053) for general industry and maritime. The fact sheet highlights steps employers are requ

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Toolbox Talks | Safety Toolbox Talks Meeting Topics

Free safety topics, toolbox talks, safety meetings, tailgate topics and safety resources including presentations, photographs and documents. An exchange for safety professionals on solving their safety …

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