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Cement dust exposure and acute lung function: A cross

2010-4-14  Cement dust exposure. The highest geometric mean dust exposure was found in the crusher section (38.6 mg/m 3) followed by the packing section (18.5 mg/m 3) and the guards (0.4 mg/m 3).The range of exposure was high in both the crusher and packing sections (Table 1).Within each of these sections exposure was highest during cleaning tasks (Table 1).The log-transformed dust levels

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(PDF) Exposure to Respirable Dust and Crystalline Silica

PDF Background: People working in industrial environments may be exposed to respirable dust. Crystalline silica dust is known as a respiratory risk. Find, read and cite all the research you

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Health effects for the population living near a cement

2012-5-1  The cement plant certainly has an important role as a producer of air pollution. Though in the area considered there are also other important sources, these could not be considered as confounders for the health effects brought to light by this analysis, as their spatial distribution is not associated with the exposure to cement plant emissions.

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Health effects for the population living near a cement

Combined effects of biomass use and living in the neighborhood of a cement plant increased the risk of COPD in both wood users (aOR: 4, 95%CI 1.3; 12.2) and

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Bioaccumulation of Toxic Metals in Children Exposed to

2021-6-25  Cement plants located in urban areas can increase health risk. Although children are particularly vulnerable, biomonitoring studies are lacking. Toenail concentration of 24 metals was measured in 366 children (6–10 years), who live and attend school in a city hosting a cement plant. Living addresses and schools were geocoded and attributed to exposed or control areas, according to

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Teresa plant, the Philippines: cement grinding plant.

2018-5-30  grinding and two for cement grinding, as part of the new 3300 tpd production line. The raw grinding plant is similarly fitted with the FCB Aerodecanter Flash dryer within the FCB TSV™ classifier gas circuit, as the total feed moisture can reach up to 6%. Performances of the grinding plant were successfully met, with a

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A Review On Environmental and Health Impacts Of

2016-5-25  cement industry and associated emissions and health impacts. Keywords: Cement manufacturing, emissions, SO 2, NO x, PMs, CO 2, environmental impact, health impacts, sustainability. 1. Introduction It is impossible to envisage a modern life without cement. Cement is an extremely important construction material used

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A Risk Assessment Study on Occupational Hazards in

2017-12-15  Chettinad cement factory is one of the leading cement manufacturers in South India. They provide accurate blends of quality materials including Portland cement and blended cement etc., The Puliyur branch consist of more than 100 employees and around 42 employee works per shift with a total of 3 shifts per day.

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Particulate matter and elemental emissions from a cement

2012-12-1  Stationary emission sources in a cement plant are the stacks attached to the raw mill, rotary kiln, coal mill, grate cooler, cement mill etc. Majority of particulates emitted from cement industry may range from 0.05 to 5.0 μm in diameter.

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Exposure to cement dust and its particle size distribution

The aim of this study was to assess the dust exposure in an Italian cement plant, taking account of concentration of particular size fractions, according to the European Standard Norm (EN 481

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Personal exposure to inhalable cement dust among

Table 1 also shows that in most cases the temporal variability (within a worker from day-to-day) dominates the total variability in both inhalable dust and cement concentrations. The 95 R ww for inhalable dust ranges from 4 in the ready-mix plants to 182 for cleaning in the cement plant. Temporal variability among construction workers was highest for floor screed layers with a 95 R ww of 29

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Risk Assessment in Cement Manufacturing Process

2019-7-1  grinding, calcination stage, cooling, material, storage and transportation system. In that production process high risk cement plant health and safety environment created to provide proper satisfaction among the workers. 1. Exposure to dust Transferring of material as

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Top PDF Exposure to Respirable Dust and Crystalline Silica

Background: Although the main hazard in cement processing is dust, and its effects on pulmonary function constitute the most important group of occupational diseases in this industry, evidence for association between exposure to cement dust and pulmonary function has not been conclusive. This study was performed with the aim to evaluate the impact of cement dust in the workplace on

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Exposure to cement dust, related occupational groups and

2004-1-2  This indicates that lime exposure may have an additional harmful effect. The data allow an estimation of the OR for lime exposure given cement exposure, yielding an OR of 2.0 (not significant). If high exposure (> 3,000 hr) is considered, the OR is 3.6 (95% CI 1.1–11.9). However numbers are too small to draw definite conclusions. (Table III

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A Review On Environmental and Health Impacts Of

2016-5-25  cement industry and associated emissions and health impacts. Keywords: Cement manufacturing, emissions, SO 2, NO x, PMs, CO 2, environmental impact, health impacts, sustainability. 1. Introduction It is impossible to envisage a modern life without cement. Cement is an extremely important construction material used

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ENERGY STAR Guide for the Cement Industry

2020-11-25  concrete, which is a combination of cement, mineral aggregates and water. Concrete is a key building material for a variety of applications. The U.S. cement industry is made up of either Portland cement plants that produce clinker and grind it to make finished cement, or clinker-grinding plants

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Respirable concrete dust--silicosis hazard in the

Concrete is an extremely important part of the infrastructure of modern life and must be replaced as it ages. Many of the methods of removing, repairing, or altering existing concrete structures have the potential for producing vast quantities of respirable dust. Since crystalline silica in the form

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CCG Plant Loesche

2021-7-28  The CCG is a small-scale grinding plant designed to produce different types of cement. At its heart LOESCHE's well-proven, state-of-the art LM 24.2 CS vertical roller mill. From the feed hoppers, clinker or slag is conveyed to the mill, with the

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Urgent: Cement plant Jobs August 2021 5986 current

Apply for Cement plant jobs. Explore all 257.000+ current Jobs in India and abroad. Full-time, temporary, and part-time jobs. Competitive salary. Job email alerts. Fast & Free. Top employers. Cement plant jobs is easy to find. Start your new career right now!

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Effect of Exposure to Cement Dust on Pulmonary Function

2015-5-5  This study was conducted to investigate the level of PM air pollution in cement plants, and their impacts on respiratory system health and pulmonary function for cement plants workers. Case-control study was conducted on all cement plants at Middle Gaza Governorates. 100 individuals participated, case (exposed) and control (non exposed) groups contain 50, 50 respectively.

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Portland Cement Dust HSE

2019-12-5  cement production plant workers. It is noted that these workers can be exposed to the raw materials of cement production, which include limestone, chalk, clay and shale, to clinker, as well as to Portland cement dust. The exact nature of the dust exposures experienced by cement plant workers has not been characterised in any of the studies.

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Occupational Health and Safety in Cement Industry

2021-6-25  cement. such exposure irritates the nose and throat and causes choking and difficult breathing. Sanding, grinding, or cutting concrete can also release large amounts of dust containing of crystalline silica. Prolonged or repeated exposure can lead to a disabling and often fatal lung disease called silicosis. Fig. 6. Dust inhalation by Dry cutting

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OSHA 3221-12N 2004

2020-9-18  Concrete Manufacturing • More than 250,000 people work in concrete manufacturing. • Over 10 percent of those workers — 28,000 — experienced a job-related injury or illness and 42 died in just one year. • Potential hazards for workers in concrete manufacturing: Eye, skin and respiratory tract irritation from exposure to cement dust;

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Environmental exposure to asbestos in asbestos cement

The paper presents data on cancer risk, especially pleural mesothelioma and lung cancer, among the workers of asbestos cement plant who living in the vicinity of the plant, were also environmentally exposed to asbestos. In 1959 an asbestos cement factory was founded in the rural area of south-easter

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Fire and Explosion Hazards in Cement Manufacturing

3) On-Site Power Plants. Cement manufacturing is a very energy intensive process. As such, on-site power plants are increasingly being used to meet energy demands of the cement plant. Some of the fire hazards associated with on-site power plants include

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EXPOSURE DRAFT GUIDANCE NOTE ON INTERNAL

2020-7-7  CEMENT INDUSTRY The Institute of Cost Accountants of India (Statutory Body under an Act of Parliament) Head Office: 12, Sudder Street, Kolkata 700 016 Delhi Office: CMA Bhawan, 3 Institutional Area, Lodi Road, New Delhi-110 003 Website: icmai.in Exposure Draft Guidance Note on Internal Audit of Cement IndustryPage1 of 106

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Bioaccumulation of Toxic Metals in Children Exposed to

2021-6-25  Cement plants located in urban areas can increase health risk. Although children are particularly vulnerable, biomonitor-ing studies are lacking. Toenail concentration of 24 metals was measured in 366 children (6–10 years), who live and attend school in a city hosting a cement plant.

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Managing respirable crystalline silica dust exposure in

2020-7-22  • products such as concrete, mortar, brick, blocks, pavers, tiles, natural and composite stone benchtops • Legislationcement-based materials such as fibre-cement sheeting and autoclaved-aerated concrete. Dust containing respirable crystalline silica (RCS) is generated by high-energy processes such as cutting, sawing, grinding,

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Respirable concrete dust--silicosis hazard in the

Concrete is an extremely important part of the infrastructure of modern life and must be replaced as it ages. Many of the methods of removing, repairing, or altering existing concrete structures have the potential for producing vast quantities of respirable dust. Since crystalline silica in the form

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