Local Exhaust Ventilation (LEV) - BWF Health & Safety Hero Campaign

1 June 2015

How does LEV fit within the Campaign and what specifically is this Presentation and associated Checklist trying to achieve?

The Campaign objective in this area will seek to highlight a number of critical areas that require particular attention and will provide guidance as to how to effectively deal with these and the practical measures to be taken in controlling wood dust such as the use of local exhaust ventitlation (LEV)..

A missing guard on a machine is obvious, but in the case of wood dust, this may not be immediately apparent to the harm being caused to an individual
 
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