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Airborne fibers from asbestos cement are 50 times permissible level
November 20, 2023
A new study summarizing exposures to asbestos during the installation and removal of asbestos cement products demonstrates that these construction activities almost always exceed U.S. occupational limits.
This guide provides an in-depth look at the necessary steps for a safe and efficient return to work, highlighting the vital roles of structured recovery plans, return-to-work assessments, and on-site therapy.
Many types of workers can be exposed to lead through various activities. Workers at risk may include managers, line supervisors, or field workers such as those from plumbing companies, city utilities, or construction companies who work with water lines.
While substance abuse poses a significant risk to society at large, for businesses it can have negative impacts on employees, managers, and even customers. Among the 75% of businesses impacted, fewer than 17% feel prepared to handle them.
Safety professionals are always interested in improvements to PPE materials as these advancements could reduce waste, enhance effectiveness and more. The following are some recent advancements to keep in mind.