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  1. The Six Common Types of Asbestos Fibres and their Applications

    The Six Common Types of Asbestos Fibres and their Applications

    Asbestos fibres are present in a wide range of household, industrial, and commercial products. When inhaled, these fibres cause diseases like asbestosis, lung cancer, and mesothelioma. Here's all that you need to know about identifying the different types of fibres and ways to prevent them from entering your body.

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  2. How to Prevent Diseases of the Asbestos at your Work Place

    How to Prevent Diseases of the Asbestos at your Work Place

    High tensile strength, durability and good heat resistance, led to the extensive usage of asbestos in building materials, insulation and hundreds of consumer goods during the 20th century. Despite its popularity, it was later discovered that inhalation of airborne asbestos fibres can lead to a range of lethal diseases such as asbestosis, malignant mesothelioma, and lung cancers.

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  3. How to Prevent Most Common Accident When Working at Heights

    How to Prevent Most Common Accident When Working at Heights

    Unsafe practices while working at heights remains to be the most common causes of fatalities and accidents for construction workers. Here, in this post, you can find a list of the most common causes of accident and tips to prevent them when working at heights.

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  4. Ultimate Guide to Safety Workwear & PPE for Women

    In the 21st century, women are taking up all sorts of non-conventional jobs. But they face trouble due to the lack of appropriate and ill-fitting protective equipment (PPE) and clothing (PPC). A person’s safety is of utmost importance and it should never be compromised. Here’s a guide to Safety Workwear & PPE for Women.

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  5. 3 Steps to Properly Care for your 3M Respirator

    The respirator is an essential piece of safety equipment in the workplace. It protects workers from breathing in harmful gases, toxins, vapours and other tiny airborne particles. Respirators must be in good condition for it to function effectively. 

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