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Preventing Lung Disease in Workers Who Use or Make Flavorings
Barry Leonard (ed)
Breathing certain flavoring chemicals in the workplace may lead to severe lung disease. Flavorings are complex mixtures of natural & man-made ingredients that are added to many food products in the production process. Depending on the flavoring & the process, workers may be exposed to hazardous flavorings or flavoring ingredients in the form of vapors, dusts, or sprays. This Nat. Institute for Occupational Safety & Health (NIOSH) Alert describes health effects that may occur because of workplace exposure to some flavorings or their ingredients; gives examples of workplace settings in which illness has occurred; & recommends steps that companies & workers should take to prevent hazardous exposures.
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