In recent years, the concrete industry has seen an increased emphasis on concrete dust suppression and containment, both for worker safety and jobsite cleanliness. OSHA’s new regulations for the contractor, demanding greater dust collection on the jobsite. In May 2013, OSHA issued a proposed rule for crystalline silica, which includes revised PEL limits. It will become essential for contractors to outfit tools and equipment with dust containment devices, like shrouds and vacuums, both to control the level of airborne dust that is harmful to breathe and to reduce the labor of cleaning up dust as it settles. These very fine particles can find their way far beyond the work area creating a problem when the jobsite is in an open business, public buildings or open area where dust can migrate. By attaching HEPA dust collectors and shrouds to your equipment, dust can be contained. Be compliant, SAFE and more productive.