Protective Coveralls for Concrete Works

The BYUK Cavendish III Project supplies all workers involved in Concrete Production with disposable coveralls during Concrete Production Tasks, we do this because:

Silica dust can enter within the body by inhalation (respiratory tracts) deep into the lungs and effects diseases such as:​ Respiratory failure due to fibrosis (silicosis) and Bronco-pulmonary cancer.

Once concrete on clothes dries it turns to dust and becomes airborne.

The wearing of disposable coveralls whilst concreting ensures that the operators work clothes do not come into direct contact with concrete. The main benefits of this are that concrete dust is not transferred to the changing rooms where other workers could be exposed and it ensures that dust is not taken back into the home, and affecting the family.

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