Engineered stone control plans (ESCP)

An employer or a self-employed person engaged in undertaking an engineered stone process must prepare an engineered stone control plan (ESCP) before commencing that work.
Last updated

Nov 2021

Reading level

medium

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PDF, 2.26 MB

Document length

8 pages

What it contains

An employer or a self-employed person engaged in undertaking an engineered stone process must prepare an engineered stone control plan (ESCP) before commencing that work. An engineered stone process is a process involving engineered stone at a workplace that generates crystalline silica dust, including cutting, grinding or abrasive polishing of engineered stone.

This document advises employers and self-employed people how to prepare and use an ESCP.

At the end of the document, there is a sample template you can use to prepare your ESCP.