While there are always hazards and risks involved when working in job sites, one of the most overlooked dangers is dust. While most dust is entirely harmless, some types and classes can be fatal to inhale. In fact, some hazardous dust is entirely invisible to the naked eye. That’s why it has never been more critical to understand how to handle dangerous dust in the workplace.
But what is hazardous dust? What type of industrial work is likely to generate it? How can we readily protect ourselves from breathing in dust particles? Let's take a close look at what makes certain dusts hazardous and what can be done to protect workers’ health.
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