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Self‐reported disease symptoms of stone quarry

The descriptive statistics suggest that there is a growing number of stone quarry workers in Ghana suffering from silica‐dust‐related disease symptoms which has dire health implications. Figure 3 shows the percentage of stone quarry workers who were committed

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Self‐reported disease symptoms of stone quarry workers ...

ratory morbidity and eye problems are associated with the stone quarry industry due to the dusty nature of quarry environments. The adverse health effects of working in the stone quarry industry have been well documented.4,19-23 Some of the adverse health outcomes mostly experienced by stone quarry workers include eye irritation,

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Influence of stone quarries on groundwater quality

01-06-2013  Dental and skeleton fluorosis is a common disease among children (>10 years) and adults of all age groups. To understand the factors causing the dental and skeletal fluorosis diseases and their source in groundwater a study based on water quality analysis of aquifers in and around stone

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Quarry and stoneworkers: Tackling occupational

Quarry and stoneworkers. Workers in this sector undertake activities that can give rise to high and frequent exposures to Respirable crystalline silica (RCS) resulting in silicosis and Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Activities in the quarrying industry where exposures occur involve mining of high silica stone, sand pits, clay pits, ...

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Health And Safety In Quarrying Agg-Net

Recently the Quarry Products Association produced a health surveillance guide 2 that listed a number of the key health hazards in the quarrying industry. As well as the ‘common’ hazards (such as noise, vibration, musculoskeletal hazards and dust) they also included welding fume, petroleum products, methylene chloride and ionizing radiation as being particular to the industry.

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Self‐reported disease symptoms of stone quarry

Understanding the importance of using personal protective equipment (PPE) and the influence of work‐post (working distance to main dust source—crusher) in stone quarries is vital for designing tailored interventions in minimizing workers' exposure to silica dust. Nonetheless, studies on silica dust and disease symptoms in Ghana are nascent.

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Soundbites from the Quarry- Adventures in

09-12-2016  Dr. Eleanor Lederer presents stone disease and how stones may be a presenting feature in many systemic diseases. She then discusses diseases and how many ar...

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Quarry and stoneworkers: Tackling occupational

Quarry and stoneworkers. Workers in this sector undertake activities that can give rise to high and frequent exposures to Respirable crystalline silica (RCS) resulting in silicosis and Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Activities in the quarrying industry where exposures occur involve mining of high silica stone, sand pits, clay pits, ...

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(PDF) Pulmonary Problems among Quarry

Female stone quarry workers from our study were more likely to report morning phlegm, morning cough, and chronic rhinitis than quarry workers at a stone crushing industrial site in Nigeria [10 ...

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Soundbites from the Quarry- Adventures in

14-11-2016  'adventures in stone disease' Notes. In this lecture, Dr. Lederer gives several cases of systemic diseases presenting with nephrolithiasis. Kidney stones are often seen and referred to Urology without a great deal of additional thought. Dr. Lederer discusses how to use a stone workup to uncover early presentations of significant systemic disease.

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The Hazards of Dust from a Pit/Quarry Operation ...

“There is incontrovertible evidence that increased PM 10 is related to increases in cardiopulmonary disease, asthma, bronchitis, emphysema, pneumoconiosis and premature death in those with pre-existing conditions. The elderly and the young are most affected.

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The History of Quarrying - Disease of the Lungs

THE EFFECT OF SLATE DUST ON THE LUNGS. Evidence was gathered by a Departmental Committee as long ago as 1895 which suggested the possibility that an unduly high death-rate from phthisis experienced by slate workers in Merionethshire was, to some extent, due to inhaling slate dust 1.. The subject remained, however, without further investigation until 1927, when a report by Dr. Wade was ...

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Potential Environmental Impacts of Quarrying Stone in ...

Potential Environmental Impacts of Quarrying Stone in Karst— A Literature Review By William H. Langer Open-File Report OF–01–0484 2001 This report is preliminary and has not been reviewed for conformity with U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) editorial standards

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These quarries supplied the stones that built

These quarries supplied the stones that built Stonehenge Work at the Welsh quarries dates to around 5,000 years ago. Kiona N. Smith - Feb 20, 2019 12:57 am UTC

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Yangshan Quarry - Wikipedia

The Yangshan Quarry is an ancient stone quarry near Nanjing, China. Used during many centuries as a source of stone for buildings and monuments of Nanjing, it is preserved as a historic site. The quarry is famous for the gigantic unfinished stele that was abandoned there during the reign of the Yongle Emperor in the early 15th century. In scope and ambition, the stele project is compared to other public works

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Self-reported disease symptoms of stone quarry

Results: Stone quarry workers who work between 1-100 m and beyond 100 m from the crusher with the required PPE were 90% and 87% respectively less likely to report eye irritation compared with their counterparts who work between 1 and 100 m from the crusher without the required PPE.

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(PDF) Pulmonary Problems among Quarry

Female stone quarry workers from our study were more likely to report morning phlegm, morning cough, and chronic rhinitis than quarry workers at a stone crushing industrial site in Nigeria [10 ...

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Soundbites from the Quarry- Adventures in

14-11-2016  'adventures in stone disease' Notes. In this lecture, Dr. Lederer gives several cases of systemic diseases presenting with nephrolithiasis. Kidney stones are often seen and referred to Urology without a great deal of additional thought. Dr. Lederer discusses how to use a stone workup to uncover early presentations of significant systemic disease.

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Safe Quarry - A Guide for Quarry Workers

Safe Quarry A Guide for Quarry Workers This Guidance has been developed by the Quarry ... A quarry is a place where sand, stone or gravel is extracted, processed and sold. ... • respiratory disease, and • musculo-skeletal injuries such as back injury.

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Blood and Stone: The Many Stories of the

29-08-2020  George Catlin's painting of the Pipestone Quarries. Public Domain/Courtesy Smithsonian American Art Museum. George Catlin was a lawyer and self-taught artist who, after seeing a delegation of American Indians in Philadelphia, set out for the frontier to paint as many as he could before Euro-American civilization and diseases destroyed them entirely.

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(PDF) Tropical Medicine and Infectious Disease Air

Hence, stone quarry workers, because of their occupational exposure to silica dust, are at increased risk of lung and lung function Involvement. The acute airway inflammation induced by PM2.5 ...

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ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES IN STONE CRUSHERS

08-01-2012  ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES IN STONE CRUSHERS SUBMITTED BY PHOENIX Divya CM Divya Sudarsanan Ratheesh Krishnan Volga R IMK SEnate House CAmpus 1. INTRODUCTION Stone Crushing Industry is an important industrial sector in the country engaged in producing crushed stone of various sizes depending upon the requirement which acts as

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Potential Environmental Impacts of Quarrying Stone in ...

Potential Environmental Impacts of Quarrying Stone in Karst— A Literature Review By William H. Langer Open-File Report OF–01–0484 2001 This report is preliminary and has not been reviewed for conformity with U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) editorial standards

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The History of Quarrying - Disease of the Lungs

THE EFFECT OF SLATE DUST ON THE LUNGS. Evidence was gathered by a Departmental Committee as long ago as 1895 which suggested the possibility that an unduly high death-rate from phthisis experienced by slate workers in Merionethshire was, to some extent, due to inhaling slate dust 1.. The subject remained, however, without further investigation until 1927, when a report by Dr. Wade was ...

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These quarries supplied the stones that built

These quarries supplied the stones that built Stonehenge Work at the Welsh quarries dates to around 5,000 years ago. Kiona N. Smith - Feb 20, 2019 12:57 am UTC

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ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES IN STONE CRUSHERS

08-01-2012  These stone crushers though socio-economically an important sector, gives rise to substantial quantity of fine fugitive dust emissions which create health hazards to the workers as well as surrounding population by way of causing respiratory diseases.

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Safe Quarry - A Guide for Quarry Workers

quarry workers to an increased risk of: • hearing loss, • respiratory disease, and • musculo-skeletal injuries such as back injury. Back injury can also be caused or aggravated by whole body vibration from the operation of vehicles, particularly when they run on

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The History of Quarrying - Disease of the Lungs

Further analyses carried out since by the Government Chemist give the following results: (i) Dust collected from a ledge eight feet above the floor and directly above the heads of a splitter and hand dresser contained 46.5 per cent. of free silica and 9.5 per cent. of combined silica, and (ii) dust collected at another quarry from a beam nine feet above the floor contained 39.7 per cent. free silica and 10.3

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Potential Environmental Impacts of Quarrying Stone in ...

vide crushed stone and dimension stone resources. The term “ crushed stone ” refers to the product resulting from the crushing of rocks such that substan-tially all faces are created by the crush-ing operation (ASTM, 2000). The term “ dimension stone ” is generally applied to masses of stone, either naturally occur-ring or prepared for use in the form

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Radon - Potential Effect of Rogers Group Stone

Radon - Potential Effect of Rogers Group Stone Quarry on Radon Levels 1. Americus Area Community Coalition 2. Allen Hofmann 4740 Masons Ridge Road Lafayette, Indiana 47909 3. “Radon is a cancer-causing, radioactive gas that can be found all over the United States.

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Explainer: what is silicosis and why is this old lung ...

Silicosis is a group of occupational lung diseases caused by breathing in silica dust. It has been described since ancient times, when miners and stone cutters were exposed to dust containing this ...

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Quarry - Wikipedia

Others are made into landfills . Water-filled quarries can be very deep, often 50 ft (15 m) or more, and surprisingly cold, so swimming in quarry lakes is generally not recommended. Unexpectedly cold water can cause a swimmer's muscles to suddenly weaken; it can also cause shock and even hypothermia.

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These quarries supplied the stones that built

These quarries supplied the stones that built Stonehenge Work at the Welsh quarries dates to around 5,000 years ago. Kiona N. Smith - Feb 20, 2019 12:57 am UTC

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The Quarry Industry (in General) - Stone Quarries

“Stone-Quarry Investigations,” in Stone, An Illustrated Magazine, July 1917. (An excerpt from the article is below, and you can read the entire article using the link at the beginning of this entry.)

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Stone Quarry - Skyrim Wiki

08-01-2015  Stone Quarry at Heljarchen Hall Stone Quarries provide an infinite supply of Quarried Stone which is used in building homesteads. There are at least 48 stone quarries scattered around Skyrim: Heljarchen Hall Lakeview Manor Windstad Manor Two on the outskirts of Dragon Bridge: one north-east of the Lylvieve Family's House and one north-west of the Dragon Bridge Lumber Camp.

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