Institute for Work and Health – Worksites can use different prevention methods to reduce silica dust exposure, including the wet method, local exhaust ventilation, and personal protective equipment. A team of researchers found a combination of all three methods can avert the highest number of lung cancer cases (107 cases per year). However, the most cost-beneficial approach is the wet method used in combination with local exhaust ventilation.

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