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Amid speculation that OSHA is on the verge of issuing a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) to modernize the beryllium standard, worker safety advocates are hoping that it provides stronger protections for construction workers.
Public Citizen’s Keith Wrightson said the current standard is inadequate, “especially in the construction industry, where an estimated 23,000 construction workers come in contact with beryllium every day while performing open-air blasting.”
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