With the problem of nuisance dust becoming a health issue across America, dust control on construction sites has become a requirement by most states. It is because of this requirement that a construction dust control plan must be produced and implemented on practically every construction site.
Dust control includes practices used to reduce or prevent the surface and air transport of dust during construction. For a construction dust control plan to be effective, it must contain a method of monitoring the dust problem. Also included should be methods of minimizing or reducing the visible dust.
Scott Environmental can help you put a Dust Control Plan in effect on your jobsite, ensuring you are OSHA compliant and taking the necessary steps to protect your employees from dust related illnesses. If your site has the potential to create fugitive dust, let Scott Environmental Health & Safety Services help you stay in compliance.