- Material: Concrete or concrete block
- Task: Drilling
- Equipment and Controls: Rotary Hammer drill with dust extraction
- Task/Control Description:
- Drilling 3/8” to ¼” holes into concrete walls, ceiling, and floors (poured concrete) using a Rotary Hammer Drill.
- Drilling 3/8” to ¼” holes into concrete block walls with a Rotary Hammer Drill.
In-house training can be provided by a supervisor.
All dust will be collected by the vacuum and dust container attached to the Rotary Hammer Drill. The dust will be emptied and disposed of in trash bags.
There is no medical surveillance required for this project. Drilling will not take place for a period longer than 30 days.
Per OSHA’s Small Entity Compliance Guide for the Respirable Crystalline Silica Standard for Construction, OSHA 3901-07R 2017, respiratory protection is not required when using handheld or stand-mounted drills equipped with a dust collection system, including for overhead drilling, regardless of task duration.
I have read the requirements for Concrete Drilling with a Rotary Hammer Drill. I understand that if I have questions, at any time, I will consult with my immediate supervisor.