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Silica Dust: Where Do You Find Silica Dust? Mobile App

Every year, more than 250 workers in the United States die with silicosis, an incurable, progressive lung disease caused by overexposure to dust containing silica. Hundreds more become disabled by this disease. Every one of these cases is an unnecessary tragedy, because silicosis is absolutely preventable. The Silica Dust: Where Do You Find Silica Dust? Mobile app provides some examples of the industries and activities that pose the greatest potential risk for worker exposure.GoCanvas allows account managers to copy and place apps in accounts they oversee.

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    Here are some examples of the industries and activities that pose the greatest potential risk for...

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    construction (sandblasting, rock drilling, masonry work, jack hammering, tunneling)

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    mining (cutting or drilling through sandstone and granite)

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    foundry work (grinding, moldings, shakeout, core room)

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    ceramics, clay, and pottery

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    stone cutting (sawing, abrasive blasting, chipping, grinding)

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    glass manufacturing

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    agriculture

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    shipyards (abrasive blasting)

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    railroad (setting and laying track)

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    manufacturing and use of abrasives

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    manufacturing of soaps and detergents

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    More than 100,000 workers in the United States encounter high-risk, silica exposures through sand...

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