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Diamond reserves and production of South Africa are in the front rank of the world. Large-scale development and utilization of diamonds result in production of a large number of diamond wastes. Resource utilization of diamond waste can turn waste into tre
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Health issues discussed include coalworkers’ pneumoconio sis CWP silicosis lung disorders caused by DPM asbestosis hearing loss or impairment physical dis orders resulting from exposure to lead and welding fumes and dermatitisskin disordersMore Details
Oct 02 2019 · Miners are at risk of developing a lung disease called pneumoconiosis because of their regular exposure to airborne respirable dust and miners with five or more years mining experience who are exposed to exhaust from diesel engines have an increased risk of dying from lung cancer Pneumoconioses meaning dusty lung can cause impairment disability and premature deathMore Details
Generally the highest potential radiationrelated health risk for uranium mining or processing facility workers is lung cancer associated with inhaling uranium decay products more specifically radon decay products as well as other nonlungcancer risks associated with gamma radiation exposure onsiteMore Details
In diseaseendemic areas of Sierra Leone and Liberia Lassa fever causes an estimated 10–16 of hospitalizations Civil war in the Mano River Union countries Guinea Liberia and Sierra Leone in the 1990s led to 2 million displaced persons and is likely to have provided new opportunities for rodents to proliferate when persons wereMore Details
Coal mining 248 per 100000 fulltime equivalent workers There were 28 fatal injuries in coal mining in 2007 down from an average of 31 fatalities per year from 2003 to 2006 In 2007 20 fatalities or 71 percent of all fatalities in coal mining were in bituminous coal underground miningMore Details
Typical threats are histoplasmosis rabies leptospirosis and tickborne relapsing fever Though most underground explorers understand the need for good ropes and headlamps fewer think about theMore Details
Jan 28 2016 · Some examples of occupational disease in mining include asbestosis mesothelioma silicosis cancers lung gold mining coke oven nasal nickel gastrointestinal chronic obstructive lung disease sulfur dioxide emphysema skin diseases hearing loss noise Some examples of exposure that can lead to occupational disease in mining includeMore Details
Nov 01 2011 · Potential impacts from coal dust exposure include cardiovascular and lung disease and possibly cancer “That’s based on what we have observed in studies of general population outcomes for people that live in the mining areas” Hendryx saysMore Details