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Does one fibre really kill? Asbestos: real and perceived risk

The United Kingdom was the first country in the world to have an industrial revolution. Society changed from being predominantly rural and feudal into the industrial power house of the world Read More

Machine-made mineral fibres and COSHH regulations

<em>Russell Dunne explores the types, common uses and lifecycle of machine-made mineral fibres (MMMF), looking at how the COSHH Regulations specifically apply, and suggesting practical advice for the different occasions when workers will be exposed to MMMF.</em> Read More



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