Wednesday, February 20, 2019 from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM CST
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MCA-EMO Training Facility 
10825 Midwest Industrial Boulevard
St. Louis, MO 63132

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Carly Carmosino 
Mechanical Contractors Association of Eastern Missouri 

Crystalline Silica Awareness 

You could be in respiratory danger on a jobsite even if you don't see dust particles in the air.  When you breathe dust that contains silica, the tiny particles damage your lungs.  This introductory course to respirable crystalline silica takes attendees from what crystalline silica is to potential exposures, hazards, OSHA requirements, engineering controls, health effects, and respirators.

PEU Eligible: St. Louis County 2.0 CORE


Instructor Information

Raymond Boehm (Safety Education Consultants) has been involved in the occupational safety and health for the past 36 years.  He has expertise in ergonomics, construction safety, large event safety, and safety program development.  He was the Safety Director for St. Louis Children’s Hospital and in 1993, founded Safety Education Consultants, Ltd. His client base has included ESPN, The Food and Wine Magazine Classic in Aspen, Red Bull North America and associated events.  In addition to consulting, Boehm works as the Risk Manager for the Keeley Companies that encompasses L. Keeley Construction, Zero Day Technologies, and the ADB Utility Companies.  He is a certified OSHA instructor in the Construction Standards and holds Occupational Safety and Health Administration certificates in Ergonomics and Back Injury Prevention.