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7.3 General ventilation
7.4.1 System design
7.4.2 Capturing the dust
7.4.3 Exhaust hoods
7.4.4 Ducts
7.4.5 Fans
7.4.6 Replacement air
7.4.7 Downflow booths
7.4.8 Summary of key elements of local exhaust ventilation
7.6.3 Electrostatic precipitators (ESPs)
7.6.4 Fabric filters (baghouses)
7.6.5 Wet scrubbers
7.6.6 Selection of dust collectors
8.1 Work practices
8.2 Education, training and hazard communication
8.3 Perception of dust problems
8.4.1 Respiratory protective equipment (RPE)
8.4.2 Protective clothing and control of exposure
8.5 Personal and clothing hygiene
8.6 Health surveillance
9.1 Good housekeeping
9.2 Storage
9.3 Labelling
9.4 Warning signs and restricted areas
10.1 General issues
10.2 Strategies
10.3 Further information
11.1.1 World Health Organization
11.1.2 International Labour Organization (ILO)
11.1.3 United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)
11.1.4 International Programme on Chemical Safety (IPCS)
11.2 National institutions
11.3 Professional organisations
11.4 Books, Reports and CD-ROMs
11.5.1 Abstracts
11.5.2 Journals
11.6 Other Internet resources
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Control of Dust Transmission

Control of Dust Transmission

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