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Last Updated: 03 May 2022

Chromium metal is a blue to steel-gray fragile strong, usually seen in grey powder form that melts if flame warmed. Chromium is additionally found in chromic acid, chromium substances, and chromates. Workers may be hurt from exposure to chromium and its substances. Chromium is used in many markets. Some examples of workers in danger of being exposed to chromium consist of the following: Service employees that keep photocopy machine and are exposed to toner inks; Workers involved in the manufacture of steel; Cement workers and those that work in cement-producing producers; Workers subjected to chromium-based pigmented paints or tanning dyes. Useful search terms for chromium include chrome, elemental chromium, and chromium steel.

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