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Airborne dust can be hazardous to people’s health in several ways, and many people are exposed to airborne particles at their working place daily.
Gases, vapours and aerosols, such as dusts, fumes and smokes, can be airborne contaminants that can lead to dust-related diseases, like cancer and asthma. It can also cause a range of non-respiratory illnesses through exposure of lower levels.
Inhaling airborne dust at work opens the risk of an occupational disease, which can lead to temporary or permanent disability and even death.
Types of airborne dusts are:
Any work place where workers are exposed to airborne dusts, smoke or gases (fire fighters, industry workers, hairdressers, health care workers, and farmers), workers are at risk of airborne contamination.
If you have suffered from temporary or permanent injury or disease from exposure to airborne dust at your workplace, please do not hesitate to contact our industrial disease specialists on 0800 0287828 who will advise you on your first steps to receiving the compensation that you and your family deserve.