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Brilliant ideas’ pole drilling and filling system

Setting and problem Marking, drilling and filling holes in ceilings causes many occupational safety hazards for construction workers. It causes a repetitive strain on the…

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United Kingdom
Manufacturing, Other service activities
Karen Oude Hengel, TNO

Breathing Free at Work

Intro/Setting/Problem In the Netherlands annually 3200 people die because of respiratory diseases or cancer. This is 86% of the total of 3700 people that die…

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the Netherlands
Manufacturing, Professional, scientific and technical activities, Other service activities
Construction Dust Partnership, Construction Dust Partnership

The Construction Dust Partnership

The Construction Dust Partnership (CDP) is an industry collaboration from Great Britain directly involving many organizations, including the Health and Safety Executive (HSE). The aim…

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United Kingdom
Construction
Florence Lumen (NEPSI secretariat), NEPSI

Nepsi good practice guide

NEPSI is the acronym for the ‘ European Network for Silica’ formed by the Employee and Employer European sectoral associations. They have signed the Social…

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Europe
Mining and quarrying, Construction

Time to clear the air

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) from Great Britain plays the role of national regulator and catalyst when it comes to preventing death, injuries and…

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United Kingdom
Construction
SLIC CHEMEX Working Group, SLIC - Senior Labour Inspectors Committee

Respirable Crystalline Silica on Construction Sites

The European Commission’s Senior Labour Inspectors’ Committee (SLIC) launched its Guidance for National Labour Inspectors on Thursday 27 October 2016 in The Hague, the Netherlands.…

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Europe
Construction
Inspectorate SZW, Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment

The Dangers of Silica Dust

Silica is found in many resources used in construction. In and of itself, that is not a problem, until you wish to drill, mill, saw,…

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The Netherlands
Construction
Wouter Fransman, TNO

Dust-free working

Fine particulate matter is harmful to health, particularly when it contains carcinogens like respirable crystalline silica (RCS), hardwood, chromium and nickel. Workers coming into contact…

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The Netherlands
Agriculture, forestry and fishing, Manufacturing, Water supply; sewerage, waste management and remediation activities, Construction
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