AFS worked closely with Representatives Bill Shuster (R-Penn.) and Bill Huizenga (R-Mich.) who spearheaded a letter on the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA) final crystalline silica rule to President Donald Trump. A date for oral arguments has not been announced by the D.C. Circuit .
Environmental - Feb 16, 2017
AFS Strongly Supports House Letter to President Trump Underscoring Concerns with OSHA's Burdensome Silica RuleAmerican Foundry Society | Afsinc
AFS Strongly Supports House Letter to President Trump Underscoring Concerns with OSHA's Burdensome Silica Rule
The silica letter, which garnered the support of over 80 House lawmakers, highlights their deep concerns with the regulatory burdens of OSHA's silica rule on businesses in their states including, foundries, construction, brick manufacturers, the maritime industry, and many more.