Queensland Government, Division of Workplace Health & Safety, Department of Employment, Training and Industrial Relations

A Workplace Using Spray Paint: Hazardous Substances Case Study

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Courtesy of Queensland Government, Division of Workplace Health & Safety, Department of Employment, Training and Industrial Relations

This Case Study has been prepared as one of a series which demonstrates how an employer would go about applying the different Sections of Workplace Health & Safety Regulation Part 13: Hazardous Substances in a workplace. It may be applied to spray painting generally, but uses the example of automotive spray painting with two pack paints containing isocyanates. The risks from other hazards encountered in the spray painting eg. solvents, dusts etc., are not covered in this case study.


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