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Jackhammers, Construction

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Jackhammers, Construction

If safety precautions are not taken seriously, jackhammers and handheld powered chipping tools can be dangerous. Jackhammer operators on the job site must be trained and authorized. This safety topic provides important reminders about the hazards associated with jackhammers, the importance of PPE, and the safety precautions that are required to prevent the dangers of respirable silica dust.

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Jackhammer Safety Video by Miller Pipeline

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Controlling Silica: Jackhammers and Powered Chipping Tools

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OSHA Booklet - Hand and Power Tools

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OSHA Booklet - Construction Industry Digest

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Hand & Power Tool Safety Construction DVD Program

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Weeklysafety.com exclusive safety meeting topic that provides important reminders about the hazards associated with jackhammers, the importance of PPE, and the safety precautions that are required to prevent the dangers of respirable silica dust.

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