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Datos rápidos para trabajadores sobre los diisocianatos
Quick facts for employees about diisocyanates

Datos rápidos para trabajadores sobre los diisocianatos
Los diisocianatos son productos químicos que se usan para hacer el poliuretano. Si usa productos que contienen poliuretano donde trabaja, debería saber acerca de los diisocianatos, quienes pueden irritar sus ojos, garganta, nariz, y piel.

Quick facts for employees about diisocyanates
Diisocyanates are chemicals used to make polyurethane. If you use products that contain polyurethane where you work, you should know about diisocyanates, which can irritate your eyes, throat, nose, and skin.
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Fact Sheet: Isocyanates

Intended for small business owners and their employees, this fact sheet describes what isocyanates are, why they're extreme health hazards, and how employees can protect themselves.
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Fact Sheet: Mold

Describes effects and dangers of mold in buildings, with information on evaluating buildings for mold growth, sampling, and subsequent remediation.
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Fact Sheet: Safety and health hazards in nail salons

There are more than 14,000 nail care technicians working in Oregon This rapidly growing profession provides services such as manicures, applying artificial nails, and pedicures. Many technicians may not know that prolonged exposure to chemicals in nail polish, polish removers, and nail hardeners can harm them if they don't use them properly. Oregon OSHA addresses the problem with this fact sheet for salon owners and educators.
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Fact Sheet: Wood dust

Describes health and safety hazards of wood dust
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It's not just dust! What you should know about silicosis and crystalline silica

Describes the hazards of crystalline silica, what causes silicosis, and how to prevent it.
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Nail salons: How to be safe at work

Did you know that there are about 14,500 certified nail technicians working in Oregon? This rapidly growing profession provides services such as manicures, applying artificial nails, and pedicures. Many technicians may not know that prolonged exposure to chemicals in nail polish, polish removers, and nail hardeners can harm them if they don't use them properly.
* Winner of Portland Metro Chapter PRSA 2008 Award of Excellence *
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Nail salons: How to be safe at work, Vietnamese language

Did you know that there are about 14,500 certified nail technicians working in Oregon? This rapidly growing profession provides services such as manicures, applying artificial nails, and pedicures. Many technicians may not know that prolonged exposure to chemicals in nail polish, polish removers, and nail hardeners can harm them if they don't use them properly.
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Occupational safety for the death care industry

This publication was developed with the Oregon Mortuary and Cemetary Board to emphasize industry hazards, provide recommendations, and highlight related Oregon OSHA standards.
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Silica - An Oregon OSHA pocket reference

A quick pocket reference guide for addressing silica safety and health concerns
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