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Sunlight is the greatest source of ultraviolet (UV) radiation. Man-made UV sources include UV lamps, arc welding, and mercury vapour lamps. UV radiation is widely used in industrial processes and in medical and dental practices for a variety of purposes. Excessive exposure to UV radiation is associated with skin cancer, sunburn, accelerated skin aging, and eye disease.
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Health and Safety Fact Sheets (OSH Answers)
|Exposure to Radiofrequency Energy from Cellular Telephones|
|Microwave Ovens and their Hazards|
|Radiation - Quantities and Units of Ionizing Radiation|
|Radon in Buildings|
|Welders Health and Safety Guide||$15.00|
|Radiation in the Workplace: The Basics||—|
|Radiation in the Workplace: The Safety Side||—|
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