Managing Health & Safety Risks (No. 20): Working with concrete: associated risks (1)

Author: The Institution of Structural Engineers' Health and Safety Panel

Date published

1 September 2013

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Managing Health & Safety Risks (No. 20): Working with concrete: associated risks (1)

Managing Health & Safety Risks (No. 20): Working with concrete: associated risks (1)
The Structural Engineer
Author

The Institution of Structural Engineers' Health and Safety Panel

Date published

1 September 2013

Author

The Institution of Structural Engineers' Health and Safety Panel

Price

Standard: £9 + VAT
Members/Subscribers: Free

Cement, a key constituent of concrete, is a chemical which has the ability to cause adverse health effects. This short article highlights the principal risks when working with the material and offers guidance on preventative measures.

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Format:
PDF
Pages:
1
Publisher:
The Institution of Structural Engineers

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Managing Health & Safety Risks Professional Guidance Issue 9

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