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Dust Articles

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Mining Safety

Mining disasters are big news. There is something about men and women buried alive that captures the imagination and horrifies people - and well it should.

A Fresh Approach

Mining expert Philip Shead explores the factors that mine operators need to take into account to optimise air quality and ensure the wellbeing of their employees.

Fugitive Dust

This article describes a new approach, which aims to create bespoke modelling methods that are more refined for site-specific predictions.

Arctic Metrology

The polar environment is under a constantly increasing interest: climate change comes first and comes faster in the arctic. Multitudes of observations are needed to understand the environment and its evolution. The traceability of data becomes fundamental for the comparability of the many and different measurements’ results.

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Death by Dust

Mention health and safety in, say, construction or aggregates and many of you would no doubt think of accident prevention. It is understandable – accidents are immediate, often devastating in their impact and can bring progress to a halt on important projects.

RPE or RIP

The world is full of airborne contaminants. The human body comes factory-fitted with its own basic respiratory protection - we trap and clear dust and fibres in a matter of hours from our lungs.

Breathtaking Situations

Dirty Work in Clean Hospitals

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Digging up Facts

Cementing Respiratory Research

2013-01-21 EHS News: Obstructed airways or reduced lung function and respiratory diseases are still found to a high degree in certain workplaces. The United Nations agency, the International Labour Association (ILO), has

The Hazards of Workplace Dust

The Hazards of Workplace Dust [Sep 2012]. Published in OSA Magazine - . The region’s only A4 glossy, English language journal tying the entire region together for regulations, best practice, training and, most importantly, Personal Protective Equipment for the work force.Reporting to the high-risk industries such as oil and gas, petrochem, construction, mining, utilities...

Combustible Dust

Manufacturing industries don’t appear high risk like the oil, gas, petrochemical, and mining sectors. Appearances are deceiving. After all, how dangerous is shopping at the grocery store while navigating the aisles, or comparing department store prices on electronic products, gadgets, and wizardry?

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The Generation of Dust is Not a New Phenomenon

An effective approach to ambient dust monitoring in the UK. With development projects occurring in close proximity to sensitive receptors, such as residential housing, there is an increasing need to monitor the levels and impacts of dust.

 

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