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  1. 7 Best Dust Masks for Woodworking (Respirators)

    7 Best Dust Masks for Woodworking

    No matter if you are a professional woodworker or enjoy it as a hobby, you should compulsorily use a dust mask for added protection against sawdust and airborne particles. Many of the harmful particles, if inhaled, could also result in irreversible damages to the human body.

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  2. Top Safety Symbols and Their Meanings

      

    Health and safety signs are used to provide information so that they are understood by everyone irrespective of their language expertise. Safety symbols are standardised and are used to convey vital information about exits and evacuation routes, warnings about potential hazards, and instructions such as wearing respiratory equipment like Full Face Respirators.

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  3. Role and Significance of PPE in Work Environments

    Role and Significance of PPE in Work Environments

    According to the Personal Protective Equipment at Work Regulations 1992, all employers are required to provide appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for workers who can be exposed to health and safety risks in their workplace.

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  4. Asbestos: Detailed Explanation of Types and How to Identify Them

    The Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012 which became effective from 6 April 2012 in the UK stipulates that stringent measures are taken to avoid fatalities and ailments due to asbestos exposure. Although the UK has banned asbestos, the effect of past exposure is a real problem and the use of protective material like asbestos masks is being advocated to tackle the issue. Buildings constructed or refurbished before 2000 may have asbestos which when disturbed can release harmful fibers. Asbestos is said to kill more people per year than road accidents and therefore it is important to understand the types of asbestos and how to identify them.

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  5. When and Why is Hearing Protection Important for Children?

    Not all social situations with a dangerously high level of noises can be avoided and if you have young children then you might be aware of the damaging effects that high decibels of sound can cause on your child's hearing ability.

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