Managing Health & Safety Risks (No. 40): Silica dust

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

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1 June 2015

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Managing Health & Safety Risks (No. 40): Silica dust

The Structural Engineer
Managing Health & Safety Risks (No. 40): Silica dust
Date published

1 June 2015

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The Institution of Structural Engineers' Health and Safety Panel

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The Institution of Structural Engineers' Health and Safety Panel

Within the construction industry, the most significant respiratory risk after asbestos is presented by exposure to respirable crystalline silica (RCS). As well as raising awareness of the long-latency ill-health risk associated with RCS, the HSE also encourages the correct use of effective control measures to minimise the risk.

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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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