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Occupational Hygiene and Chemical Hazards

A chemical hazard is a non-biological substance or material which can be man-made or naturally occurring in nature. These have the potential to cause harm to life or health and generally refer to a type of occupational hazard caused by exposure to chemicals in the workplace.

Chemical Hazards Content

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Introduction to Chemical Hazards

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Silica Dust is a Railway Health Hazard

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HSE Update to Workplace Exposure Limits for Identified Carcinogens

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Air and health impacts of diesel emissions

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CLEAR: Air Quality Personal Monitoring (T1191)

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