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Health surveillance in the foundry industry.

Overview

Provides guidance for all those responsible for health surveillance in the foundry industry. Union and safety representatives may also find it useful. Contents: Who should read this booklet? Why carry out health surveillance? When should you carry out health surveillance? What is health surveillance? Assessing the need for health surveillance; Who is likely to be at risk in the foundry? How is health surveillance carried out? What do you do with the results of health surveillance? Health records. Also includes an example health record form, example of a completed health surveillance conclusions section and examples of where surveillance will be needed if a risk assessment shows worker exposure may lead to a related ill-health effect.

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Guidance, Foundry industry, Exposure, Dust, Fume, Silica dust, Lead, Wood dust, Ceramic fibres, Isocyanates, Phenolic resins, Epoxy resins, Solvents, Noise, Hand-arm vibration, Work-related upper limb disorders, WRULDs

Author
HSC. Foundries Industry Advisory Committee
Date of Publication
1998
Publisher
HSE Books
Length
22 pages
Format
Free leaflet / Information sheet
Series Code
IACL104
Stock Code
IACL104
Copyright Status
Open Government Licence
Health surveillance in the foundry industry.
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