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Linda Reinstein 2h
Great quote from Nate Finch at about to Use Supplier Bankruptcy to Fight 2,400 Talc Lawsuits -
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Bernard Murphy 4h
Replying to @metro_madrid
The firm (operating for the regional govt) is to pay €372k compensation to the deceased worker's family. The case is open to appeal. As the case went to court earlier this month, a second death among several cases of alleged -related illness was announced.
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Linda Reinstein 8h
Another great blog. This one is from : Introduces the Significant New Use Rule () But Giant Loopholes Still Remain imports and use continue -- the won't ban asbestos.
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Bernard Murphy 4h
As 's underground railway operator is held responsible for the -related death of one of its workers, it may not surprise us that had tried to claim ignorance about the risks posed by the grade-1 carcinogen. (pic: El País, quoting from the judgment)
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Linda Reinstein 17h
April eNewsletter: Screening of the Documentary "Breathless" and Panel Discussion at George Washington University on Thursday, April 4, 2019
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Entec Scotland 12h
gallery - asbestos containing stair nosings
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Linda Reinstein 8h
A waste of time, dollars, and action. We need am ban on imports, new and ongoing uses. The SNUR is a gift to industry.
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Laurie Kazan-Allen Apr 18
QUESTION: How far will lobbyists go to protect profits? Don't know? Read this new blog - Behind the White Curtain.
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EIA 12h
EIA members have been waiting for the ’s next move regarding a potential ban of in the US, and here it is!
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Laurie Kazan-Allen 18h
WELCOME TO TWITTER. Glad to be your first follower. There is a lot to do in the UK to make our countrymen and women safe from deadly exposures.
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drywalltoolsdirect 13h
Most of our customers and clients are working in an area of the industry that is one of the most exposed to - plastering and drylining. We've put together a post about the dangerous of asbestos -
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Enquin 19h
Nine out of 10 NHS trusts revealed to have in hospitals Of the 211 trusts who responded to FOI requests, 198 admitted that they ran hospitals which contained the hazardous material.
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Barri Cohen☘🌈 5h
eee gads. Humans as fodder for profit. Quel Surprise.
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U.S. PIRG Apr 11
is a known carcinogen, but: “It is still used by U.S. industry, present in 30 million homes, and is a contaminant in consumer products, including children's toys and makeup.”
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Linda Reinstein Apr 17
Great article from about "New Rule Could Result In The Reintroduction Of Some Products The EPA has a snag in their deadly SNUR.
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BT Asbestos Claims 18h
Immunotherapy - cutting edge treatment in cancer
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EACO 15h
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Mike Schade 7h
We don’t call PVC the poison plastic for nothing!
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R B Asbestos Apr 17
this weekend? Have you checked for before you start?
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Bizitalk 19h
Asbestos Problems? We supply a self-contained kit that provides you with all the protective equipment you need to safely take samples, get them sent to and tested by a UKAS accredited Lab London, England Call us!
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Dr Anna Wolkowski Apr 17
Important that families know the compensation hospices receive from these cases doesn't in any way compromise what they will receive themselves. Also learned this can apply to other industrial diseases - not just Important to ask patients about their work history
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