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Wood Dust

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Evaluating Exposure

There are a number of ways to check the workplace for airborne wood dust. However, the only way to be certain of excessive exposure levels is to monitor the air for wood dust and compare the results with the relevant occupational exposure levels. The following links provide information about evaluating the level of wood dust in the workplace.

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