Prevention of occupational risks and reduction of harmful effects on the occupational health of workers of metallurgical waste components
Purpose: is identification and analysis of risks from harmful factors associated with the generation and storage of man-made waste, as well as ways to eliminate them.
Approach: a risk-oriented approach was used as the main research approach.
Findings: identified and analyzed risks for employees of metallurgical enterprises and residents of nearby territories from harmful factors associated with the generation and storage of man-made waste from metallurgical production. It is determined how it is possible to avoid harmful factors or reduce their effect.
Practical implications: measures for the storage and processing of man-made metallurgical waste aimed at minimizing the risk of their harmful effects are proposed.
Value: a complex graphic diagram of the cause-and-effect relationship between the methods of handling man-made metallurgical waste of various types and the risks of exposure to harmful factors was built, with the indication of the most rational ways of handling.
Future research: the development of future research is possible in the direction of expanding the used risk assessment methods.
Paper type: descriptive and analytical.
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