Structural Steel Health Impacts

Structural steel is commonly used in construction for its strength, durability, and versatility. While it is generally considered safe and does not pose significant health risks, there are some smaller potential health impacts associated with structural steel such as, sharp edges, being crush (Only Applying to steel being errect) and skin/eye irritation. These smaller potential health impacts only implied to the construction phase and not the final product.

All steel are coated with paint/galvanised layer to protect from the harsh outdoor weather. These coatings are harmless when undisturbed but can cause a health risk when you grinding, weld or vaporise the coating. If Grinding, welding or vaporising is required, adequate ventilation and appropriate PPE is required.



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