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Occupational risk resulting from exposure to mineral wool when installing insulation in buildings
International Journal of Occupational Medicine and Environmental Health
Mineral wool is widely used for thermal and sound insulation. The subject of the study is to identify hazards for employees resulting from exposure to mineral wool, when it is used to insulate buildings, and to assess the risk arising from this exposure. When installing mineral wool insulation, respirable mineral fibers, dust, and volatile organic compounds may pose a hazard at workplaces. Based on the results of concentration measurements, it was assessed that the probability of adverse healthdoi:10.13075/ijomeh.1896.01637 pmid:33051631 fatcat:nuxbungoevclnhtnhigpmokqjm