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Date: Tue, 21 Jan 2020 08:07:25 -0500
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The first article below discusses practical aspects of PPE use in chemical exposure scenarios. It's a different sector from the academic labs, but may have some useful ideas related to this issue in the lab setting.

- Ralph



News About Research

January 21, 2020

Apple Growers' Skin Exposure to Pesticides

Apple Growers' Skin Exposure to Pesticides

This study describes apple growers' skin exposure while performing their main tasks related to mixing and spraying pesticides and their use of protective clothing. The researchers conducted a detailed analysis of exposure situations and factors that facilitate or interfere with the wearing of protective clothing.

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28th International Symposium on Epidemiology in Occupational Health (EPICOH) in Montre´al, Canada

Join us at EPICOH

You can submit an abstract for an oral or poster presentation by February 14, 2020.

Submit an abstract

Also, registration for the event is open. The Early Bird rate is valid until May 22, 2020. We look forward to seeing you in August in Montre´al!

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How to Choose Slip-Resistant Occupational Footwear

How to Choose Slip-Resistant Occupational Footwear?

This document sets out the steps to take in selecting footwear that provides good grip as well as adequate protection against other hazards. It also includes a number of resources to learn more and to determine the type of footwear best adapted to the demands of your workplace.

Learn more

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