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Risks of damaging tiles at home

Homeowners may not know that inside their home they could accidentally expose themselves to hazardous asbestos. Unfortunately, even though asbestos was already banned in the U.S., old homes and other construction materials still have it today. Due to its fire retardant and strengthening properties, asbestos was also used in tiles that are commonly found in […]

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Asbestos-laden debris scattered near children’s park in UK

Residents near a children’s park in Lancaster Way, United Kingdom were recently warned after bags of debris that may possibly contain hazardous asbestos were scattered in the area, an article of Birmingham Mail reported on August 22. According to reports the Solihull Council deployed its asbestos crews after 30-year-old Aaron Bradley posted photos of the […]

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Illinois company under investigation for exposing workers to asbestos

A company based in the town of Albers, Illinois is under investigation by federal authorities due to the suspicion that they exposed their workers to asbestos dust in the workplace, an article of fox2now.com reported on August 14. According to reports, federal prosecutors considered the activity of Joseph Kehrer and Kehrer Brothers Construction “criminal” in nature due to […]

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Post office in Indiana accused of asbestos violation

A post office in West Baden Springs, Indiana might have to settle a fine of over $49,000 following allegations that their workers were exposed to asbestos. Employees are now at risk of developing illnesses as a result of asbestos contact inside the premises, Indiana Public Media reported on August 8. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), […]

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Multiple citations issued to Wisconsin shipyard for exposing workers to toxins

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recently cited a company due to multiple violations that might result in the possible exposure of workers to harmful lead toxins and asbestos minerals, Star Tribune reported on August 1. Reports said Fraser Shipyards is facing a $1.4 million worth of fine after they were alleged of 29 […]

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