Stay compliant with OSHA's Respirable Crystalline Silica standards - 29 CFR 1926.1153 (Construction) and 29 CFR 1910.1053 (General Industry & Maritime)

Crystalline silica is a common material found in raw form from soil, sand, stone, mortar and concrete, and is useful in the creation of bricks, glass, ceramics, pottery and other products.

On worksites that involve cutting, sawing, drilling and crushing, silica becomes fine airborne dust, which impairs workers' safety. Respirable, or breathable, crystalline silica is 100 times smaller than a grain of sand and can easily enter the lungs of employees. Nearly 2.3 million American workers are exposed to dangerous respirable crystalline silica dust every day.

To protect workers from occupational crystalline silica, OSHA recently created two Respirable Crystalline Silica (Construction and General Industry and Maritime) standards designed to reduced workers’ exposure to silica dust.

7 Challenges Implementing the OSHA Silica Standard

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We deliver our services to your site in our functional, comfortable and clean mobile units across the nation.


  • Multiphasic Unit: The large mobile multiphasic units are equipped for a variety of medical screening uses including silica exams. The layout contains two examination rooms, an x-ray, audio booths and an onboard restroom.

  • Mobile Medical Unit: Our mobile medical units are equipped with an examination room, audio booths and x-ray for your medical surveillance and respiratory exam needs. 

Examinetics offer comprehensive medical exams to help you stay compliant with OSHA standard. Our Silica health screenings provide the following services: 

  • Respirator/Silica questionnaire

  • Height, weight and vitals

  • Pulmonary function test

  • X-rays with B reading

  • Physician exam

  • TB screening

  • Respirator and silica medical clearance reporting

  • Employee’s medical data stored in our XM solutions platform



January/February 2020 issue

"Seven Challenges of Implementing Medical Surveillance under OSHA's New Respirable Silica Standard"

By Dr. Kent Peterson, Chief Medical Officer

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