Control of wood dust from table saws, shapers, and automated routers.
Appl Occup Environ Hyg 2000 Apr; 15(4):324-325
Table saws have been found to create significant amounts of wood dust. Workers exposed to wood dusts have experienced a variety of adverse health effects such as eye and skin irritation, allergy, reduced lung function, asthma, and nasal cancer. Therefore, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) recommends limiting wood dust exposures to prevent these health problems.
Wood; Wood-dusts; Woodworkers; Woodworking; Woodworking-equipment; Woodworking-industry; Dust-control; Dust-control-equipment; Exhaust-hoods; Exhaust-systems; Exhaust-ventilation; Airborne-particles; Air-quality-monitoring; Woodworking-industry; Woodworkers; Exhaust-ventilation; Skin-irritants; Eye-irritants; Respiratory-irritants; Nasal-cancer; Respiratory-system-disorders; Pulmonary-system-disorders
Applied Occupational and Environmental Hygiene