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OSHA began to regulate asbestos in the workplace in the 1970’s, adopting the permissible exposure limit (PEL) to regulate workplace exposure. The PEL has been reduced over the years as the health effects of asbestos-related work have become more widely known. Employers must take ext
In 2011, the United States National Toxicology Program name formaldehyde a known human carcinogen. Due to its many uses and toxicity and volatility it needs to be thought of a danger for human health. With the annual world production of 50 billion pounds (23 million tons) there is c
Occupational hearing loss is defined as a hearing impairment of one or both ears, either partial or complete, that result from a person’s employment. Even though many states do not have compensation laws for hearing loss at the workplace, compensation is commonly being awarded to peo