Occupational hazard factors


Release time:2023-12-28 10:05

Occupational Hazards (occupational hazards)

The general term for all elements or conditions that occur and (or) exist in the production process and its environment, and may cause adverse effects on the health, safety and operation ability of the occupational population.

In the actual production site, these harmful factors often do not exist alone, and there are often multiple harmful factors at the same time, which will have a joint and more harmful impact on the health of workers.

Hazard reasons: noise, dust, poison, vibration, high temperature

Production process: noise, light (too bright, too dark), temperature (high temperature, low temperature), air pressure, ionizing radiation, non-ionizing radiation vibration. physical factors

Production process: gases such as hydrogen sulfide in the sedimentation tank, ozone released by the photocopier, organic solvents, carbon monoxide; liquids such as acidic cleaners, toxic reagents used in the laboratory; dust, smoke such as sand and dust from mining and construction projects, and acid mist from the electroplating process. chemical factors

Production process: raw materials, auxiliary materials used in the production process and microorganisms (germs, bacteria, fungi, etc.) in the working environment, such as laboratory personnel, are infected with tuberculosis due to contact with blood and secretions; leather manufacturing workers, veterinarians, etc., are more likely to be infected with anthrax. biological factors

Identification of occupational hazard factors

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