Skip to content

Silica Competent Person

Silica Competent Person

This course provides initial training for persons designated by their construction management to act as the Silica Competent Person for their site(s) or who want to learn more about the role of the competent person under the new OSHA Construction Regulation (29 CFR 1926.1153) for Respirable Crystalline Silica. Participants will acquire knowledge through lecture and real-world interactive examples that will help prepare them to comply with the new silica standard.

AGC is no longer offering this class.

AGC used Integrity Safety Services for our past training. Visit their website.

Questions?
Contact: Brent Babcock | 971-940-5465

AGC is no longer offering this class.

AGC used Integrity Safety Services for our past training. Visit their website.

Questions?
Contact: Brent Babcock | 971-940-5465

AGC is no longer offering this class.

AGC used Integrity Safety Services for our past training. Visit their website.

Questions?

Contact: Brent Babcock, 971-940-5465

In-Person Training

Pricing: Member – $145, Non-Member – $185
Location: AGC Center, Wilsonville
Time: 7 – 11 am

2021 Schedule
September 11
November 10

Online Training

Pricing: $95
Attendees receive a registration confirmation email providing the training link. Training can be completed wherever internet access is available. A certificate is issued upon completion of the class.

Questions

For more information, please contact Lisa Wisler.
971-808-6273

Quote Icon

“We use AGC’s industrial hygienists throughout the year; performing air sampling on our job sites and consulting with us on new products and procedures to make sure we have our processes set up correctly to protect our workers.”

— Brian McMuldren, WPI

Related Training

Related Resources

June marks a special occasion in the construction industry as we celebrate Safety Month, an important time dedicated to reinforcing our commitment to maintaining a...
Are you or someone you know passionate about preserving worker hearing? Do you understand how important hearing is to workers and their families and how...
Information provided by the Construction Safety Resource Alliance (CSRA) High Energy Control Assessments (HECA) is a new method of measuring safety performance that evaluates the...

Become a Member

Experience the many benefits of membership with AGC…contact us today!