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Reducing dust exposure.
Cecala AB; Thimons ED
Pit Quarry 1992 Jan; 85(5):38-40
The Bureau of Mines has conducted research aimed at lowering the respirable dust exposures of mineral processing plant personnel. While performing this research, it has become obvious that to maintain a healthy working environment and to keep personnel in compliance with respirable dust regulations, plant managers need to consider all plant practices that can contribute to employees' personal dust exposures. Being aware of and controlling less obvious dust sources can have a major impact on reducing dust levels.
Mineral processing; Dust exposure; Respirable dust; Employee exposure; Dust control; Work environment; Compliance; Regulations; Exposure limits; Management personnel; Work practices; Emission sources
OP; Journal Article
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Pit & Quarry
Page last reviewed: September 24, 2021
Content source: National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Education and Information Division