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In deze Blog voor metaalbedrijven, handelaren met lasbenodigdheden, Arbo-instanties, opleidingscentra´s, lassers en overige vakmensen draait hier alles om het belangrijke thema persoonlijke bescherming bij het lassen.

Deze Blog verschaft informatie over de nieuwste technische ontwikkelingen of zet tot discussies in de branche aan. Konkreet gezien staan er ook voorbeelden in over ruimteventilatie, afzuigkappen en afzuigarmen. Wat is voor een bedrijf de beste oplossing? Welke filterclassificatie speelt afhankelijk van de toepassing hierbij een rol. Waarom word een contaminatievrije afvoer van stof steeds belangrijker.

U kunt de Blog bereiken via www.safe-welding.com , de diverse artikelen zijn in het Duits en Engels beschikbaar.

Save energy, protect employees 11/2022

The costs of oil, gas and electricity are currently rising to record levels – and posing major challenges for industrial companies. High time, then, to identify energy guzzlers in production. Modernisation or retrofitting can often increase the efficiency of systems and machines. Once this potential is exhausted, new acquisitions come into play. 

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Who is responsible for occupational health and safety? 10/2022

Large components, changing welding workplaces, hazardous substances, some of which are carcinogenic: Metal construction poses special challenges for occupational health and safety. The complexity of applications often requires an effective mix of measures to protect employees. Which occupational health and safety brings the greatest benefit in operation depends on several factors.

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Fine dust study: Despite a decline, fine dust remains the most important environmental risk factor 10/2022

Heart attack, stroke or arteriosclerosis: Fine dust has been proven to make people ill. A recent study on fine dust shows just how great the effects of these small particles are on our health. Fine dust, for example, promotes serious diseases. This underlines the importance of occupational health and safety, especially in welding applications, because welders are additionally exposed to particularly hazardous particles.

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Fine dust increases the risk of autoimmune diseases 10/2022

What do rheumatism and fine dust have to do with one another? According to a study by the University of Verona, people exposed to high concentrations of fine dust suffer more often from autoimmune diseases than people who breathe healthier air. A study by the University of Verona provides the first indications of a link between exposure to fine dust and disease. 

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Ergonomics in welding: How exoskeletons provide relief 09/2022

Back pain, tension in the neck, pulling in the shoulder: Welders are prone to musculoskeletal disorders. One of the things to blame for this is the posture they have to adopt while working. They spend many hours a day bent over a metal part or holding the welding torch above their head.

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Welding in shipbuilding: The most important facts and protective measures 09/2022

Protecting employees from hazardous substances in welding fumes: This important goal is also of central importance in shipbuilding. Whereas individual components are built in huge halls or docks, daily welding work increasingly takes place directly inside the ship, and this brings great challenges. 

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Occupational safety brings benefits for employers 08/2022

According to the Federal Statistical Office, respiratory diseases accounted for 14.5 percent of all days of incapacity to work in 2020. This indicates that respiratory diseases are the third most common cause for an employee to take sick leave in Germany – after diseases of the musculoskeletal system and mental illnesses.

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50 years Committee for Hazardous Substances 08/2022

So that people and the environment are protected from hazardous substances, regulations are needed on how to deal with such substances. The Committee for Hazardous Substances (AGS) develops these regulations – and has done so for 50 years. What hardly anyone knows: The 20 volunteer members – who work in the chemical or pharmaceutical industry, in ministries or research institutions, for example – influence millions of people through their work. Welders also benefit from the Committee’s recommendations in terms of protective welding equipment.

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