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Many workers are potentially at risk of skin disease. Not only do hazardous chemicals present a risk, but one of the most common contributors to occupational irritant contact dermatitis is water. Even wearing chemical protective gloves can result in contact dermatitis, due to the occlusive effect. To comply with the requirements of the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health regulations, employers should consider introducing some form of skin health surveillance programme.
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