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Please note, the order volume has been updated to. This is due to package and minimum order quantities.
Wherever there's construction, there's dust. It's just part of the job. But RCS is extremely dangerous. This is because excessive exposure to RCS, over a period of time, can lead to reduced lung function and in the worst case, silicosis. Silicosis is the buildup of scar tissue in the lungs which hinder their ability to take in oxygen.
Exposure to this kind of hazardous substance must be prevented where practical, and when preventing exposure is impractical, then personal protective equipment (PPE) must be worn. This protection is all important in helping you avoid silicosis, which causes scar tissue to build up inside the lung and hinders its ability to take in oxygen.
It's in the best interest of everyone on site to ensure adequate preventative methods are taken. To help you achieve this, we've developed seven useful tools to manage the impact of RCS at your worksite.
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