Coral Springs, FL, May 19, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Viewpoints Industry TV would like to spread the word about working conditions, especially for those in construction or who work with toxic or volatile substances. Due to safety concerns, workers in coal mines and other heavy industries have been exercising caution for many decades. But it turns out that something as simple as paint fumes can have a lasting effect on a person's wellbeing. Just how lasting, we haven't realized until lately. Recent studies by the Harvard School of Public Health on the brain functions of 2,000 retired utility workers have shown cognitive impairment due to exposure to chemicals like paint as much as 50 years ago. This exposure at an early age can result in damage that is permanent. While there are OSHA rules in place in this country, many companies manage to sidestep or ignore them. In the long run, it's up to the individual workers to be on guard for their safety and to walk away from a job that will harm them for life. Those interested in learning more can read the show blog at http://viewpointsindustry.blogspot.com
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