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Direct contact or exposure to some of the hazardous chemicals that are commonly used in construction workplaces such as acids, glues, paint, solvents and petroleum products can lead to a variety of serious health effects. Inhalation (breathing in), skin contact (splashed onto the skin or eyes), or ingestion (swallowing) of a hazardous chemical can result in poisoning, chemical burns, skin rashes (dermatitis) and disorders of the lung, kidney and liver.
Knowing how to use, manage, transport and store chemicals is important to keep you, your workplace and even your surrounding community safe.