After years of study and research, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has issued a new silica rule that updates regulations established in 1971. It features a lower limit for worker exposure to harmful respirable crystalline silica dust as well as more stringent measures to monitor compliance. OSHA estimates that the implementation of this rule will save more than 600 lives a year and prevent more than 900 cases of silicosis.

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