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Those who work in dry-cleaning are subject to a number of occupational safety and health risks, including exposure to chemicals, musculoskeletal diseases, and posture-related and heat-related hazards. The aim of this project was to provide the industry with guidance, training and good practices in occupational safety and health (OSH), in order to minimise the risks inherent in cleaning work. This was done with the cooperation and involvement of union branch representatives and was targeted at managers, employers, employees, doctors in occupational medicine and engineers.

Level of Education: Continuing vocational education and training

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