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Posted July 18, 2019
Silica is a basic component of concrete, sand, granite and many other materials. If you work with sandblasting, glass etching, painting, jackhammers, asphalt, paving, ceramic manufacturing tools or construction — just to name a few — you need to be aware of silica and its possible effects on health.
Following the following recommendations can limit your risk of breathing this dangerous carcinogen:
Being aware of the risks around you can greatly reduce your risk of being exposed to respirable silica.
If your staff work with silica dust, you should consider lung function testing as part of a health surveillance strategy.
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