Changes to protect Victorians working with engineered stone (Chinese traditional)

Information about new requirements for working with engineered stone, introduced by the Occupational Health and Safety Amendment (Crystalline Silica) Regulations 2019. This document is in Mandarin.
Last updated

Sep 2019

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What it contains:

Respirable crystalline silica dust is a hazardous substance which can lead to serious health effects if it is inhaled. Engineered stone, sometimes also called reconstituted stone, contains at least 80 per cent crystalline silica.

This document outlines the changes to the regulations and the importance of those changes to workers when working with engineered stone.

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