Exposure hazards relate to hazards that you may not be able to touch but still need to be controlled in the workplace. Examples include hazards that come from fine particulates like asbestos or infectious diseases, chemicals and noise.
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Biological agents are found in many sectors of employment. They are rarely visible and so workers are not always able to appreciate the risks they...Read More
Common Hazardous Substances in the Workplace
There are various hazardous substances that can be found in workplaces. Have a look at this list of common hazardous substances below.Read More
Many workers are at risk of contracting an infectious disease through their work. Health and safety reps have the right to be involved in the...Read More
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