Dust Danger: The impact on human health
Dust can be extremely dangerous to Human Health and needs to be taken seriously, which is why the HSE ( Health & Safety Executive ) is controlling and policing every workplace in the UK to ensure that certified equipment is used and strict regulations are adhered to. Failure to do so can result in heavy fines and even imprisonment for workers and management personnel.
Let’s take a look at the four major ways dust causes harm.
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WHY IS DUST MANAGEMENT
Many contractors and workplace safety agencies
globally, are increasingly concerned about the
dangers of dust. Drilling, milling, grinding and sawing often create very high dust emissions.
The danger is that without the relevant protective measures, the smallest of dust particles (often invisible to the human eye) are breathed in.
In the worst cases these penetrate the small sacs within our lungs, where they can cause severe damage
LOOK AFTER YOUR LUNGS
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