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Guidance | Resources | Manufacturing | Workplace exposures

New guide aims to protect workers from exposure to isocyanates

June 5, 2013

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Montreal – The scientific research organization IRSST recently released the second edition of its guide on safe use of isocyanates.

The guide provides information on reducing workplace exposure to isocyanates – a group of toxic chemicals used to make paints, rigid foam and other products. It also includes examples of workplace situations during which exposure can occur.

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