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What can happen to workers exposed to welding fumes?

Exposure to welding fumes can lead to various health issues, including respiratory irritation, lung damage, and long-term conditions such as chronic bronchitis or lung cancer. It's crucial to implement proper safety measures, such as ventilation systems and personal protective equipment, to minimize these risks.

Air quality testing is essential for welding facilities. Regular assessments can help identify and measure the levels of harmful substances, such as welding fumes, in the air. This ensures compliance with safety regulations and enables the implementation of necessary measures to maintain a safe working environment. [Grade D Air Quality Testing]


Download Welding Safety Quick Reference Guide


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Download OSHA Standards Fact Sheet for suggestions on protecting welders and coworkers from exposure to the many hazardous substances in welding fume.


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