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Designated Substances

W150 – Health and Safety Advisory: Scleroderma

Inhaling silica can not only cause silicosis or lung cancer, but also scleroderma, a disorder of connective tissue that holds various body parts together. This advisory contains helpful advice to reduce your risk of exposure.

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M070 – Low-Slope Roofing Health & Safety Manual

Workers who perform low-slope or flat roofing activities are exposed to a number of hazards. This manual covers those hazards and recommends ways to eliminate or control them.

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W106 – Occupational Health Risks: Acoustic and Drywall Trades

A four-page booklet with prevention information for workers and a diagnostic toolkit for physicians and primary health providers.

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W103 – Occupational Health Risks: Boilermakers

A four-page booklet with prevention information for workers and a diagnostic toolkit for physicians and primary health providers.

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W111 – Occupational Health Risks: Electrical Workers

A four-page booklet with prevention information for workers and a diagnostic toolkit for physicians and primary health providers.

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W107 – Occupational Health Risks: Elevator and Escalator Trades

A four-page booklet with prevention information for workers and a diagnostic toolkit for physicians and primary health providers.

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W112 – Occupational Health Risks: Insulation Trade

A four-page booklet with prevention information for insulation workers and a diagnostic toolkit for physicians and primary health providers.

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W113 – Occupational Health Risks: Ironworkers

A four-page booklet with prevention information for ironworkers and a diagnostic toolkit for physicians and primary health providers.

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W104 – Occupational Health Risks: Masonry and Allied Trades

A four-page booklet with prevention information for workers and a diagnostic toolkit for physicians and primary health providers.

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W102 – Occupational Health Risks: Millwrights

A four-page booklet with prevention information for workers and a diagnostic toolkit for physicians and primary health providers.

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W114 – Occupational Health Risks: Operating Engineers

A four-page booklet with prevention information for operating engineers and a diagnostic toolkit for physicians and primary health providers.

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W116 – Occupational Health Risks: Painters

A four-page booklet with prevention information for painters and a diagnostic toolkit for physicians and primary health providers.

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W101 – Occupational Health Risks: Pipe Trades

A four-page booklet with prevention information for workers and a diagnostic toolkit for physicians and primary health providers.

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W115 – Occupational Health Risks: Refrigeration Workers

A four-page booklet with prevention information for refrigeration workers and a diagnostic toolkit for physicians and primary health providers.

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W109 – Occupational Health Risks: Rodworkers

A four-page booklet with prevention information for workers and a diagnostic toolkit for physicians and primary health providers.

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W108 – Occupational Health Risks: Roofers

A four-page booklet with prevention information for workers and a diagnostic toolkit for physicians and primary health providers.

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W105 – Occupational Health Risks: Sheet Metal Workers

A four-page booklet with prevention information for workers and a diagnostic toolkit for physicians and primary health providers.

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W130 – Owner's Duties: Designated Substances on Construction Projects

The Occupational Health and Safety Act requires that a project owner identify designated substances on the project and provide a list to prospective constructors as part of the tendering information. This guide provides info on preparing the owner's report and includes a report form. 5 pages.

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IHSA028 – Q&A on Occupational Health and Safety Awareness Training

This poster helps explain the new regulation that will require health and safety awareness training for every worker and supervisor under the Occupational Health and Safety Act. Full Colour PDF. 11" x 17"

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