Breathing easy in the workplace: Enclosed cabins of mobile and fixed plant

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    Respiratory disease cause by airborne particulates and exposure to carcinogenic dust is still an issue at mine sites. While black lung is commonly associated with coal mining, this is not exclusive; diseases such as pneumoconiosis, silicosis and asbestosis are a potential risk factor at various worksites, including ports, construction and timber sites, metalliferous mining sites and many more.

    Operators in enclosed cabins are cited to be particularly at risk, but there are ways to reduce such hazards to ensure OH&S compliance. To find out how, fill out the form below for access to LSM Technologies‘ latest whitepaper, Breathing easy in the workplace: Enclosed cabins of mobile and fixed plants.