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This document is: Recognised by local authorities Recognised by principal contractors Suitable for CDM sites Approved by H&S managers Our customers feedback are a testimony to the value of this package. Risks carpenters can be exposed to The construction industry as a whole has many incidents involving falls from height and slips, trips and falls. Trips in particular are a high risk area for carpenters as there are often trailing leads, a tool box, a screw box and a selection of tools and battery chargers dotted around the work area.
There are also occupational hazards from inadvertently disturbing asbestos, or working with chemicals and wood dust, or hearing loss and hand arm vibration risks from certain power tools. There is the risk of cuts, grazes and amputations from hand and power tools, as well as strike injuries to eyes, face and body from objects been ejected by a tools moving parts.
Handling materials, working in confined spaces or carrying out repetitive tasks can cause musculoskeletal complaints and dermatitis can be a common from using adhesives, silicones and solvents. In short a carpenter has far more chances of getting an injury than many trades because of the amount of power tools used and the versatility of the work.