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Health and safety in the cement industry

The main causes of injury are:

  • Injured while handling, lifting or carrying
  • Slipped, tripped or fell on the same level
  • Hit by moving, flying or falling object

The main causes of occupational ill health are:

  • Musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs)
  • Skin disease, e.g. Dermatitis
  • Respiratory disease, e.g. Occupational Asthma

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C3HARGE

More information relevant to the cement industry can be found at C3HARGE (ceramics, cement, concrete, heavy clay, refractories and glass manufacturing industries joint health and safety advisory committee)

Leaflets and Guidance

Further information

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