Occupational Skin Exposure

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The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) reports that occupational skin disease is the second most common type of occupational disease, indicating that employee education regarding skin protection is needed. In an occupational setting, employees have the potential to absorb both liquids and gases through their skin.  Skin exposure can occur through direct contact with a contaminated surface, deposition of vapours, immersion or chemical splashes. This article provides information on the importance of skin protection and preventing workplace exposure to chemicals.

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