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Dust from Plaster and Plasterboard

Plaster and Plasterboard dust: one of the most commonly encountered hazards

Of the many forms of dust encountered during construction activities, one of the most commonly encountered is that associated with plaster and materials associated with plastering. This paper looks at the specific areas where hazards can arise, and how they can be mitigated.

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