The North Dakota Department of Health and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency are seeking participants for a study measuring the risk, if any, of breathing dust from gravel containing the fiber erionite.
Erionite is a fibrous mineral with some properties similar to asbestos, but is not regulated as a form of asbestos. Like asbestos, erionite may pose health risks to those who breathe in the fibers.
Asbestos O&M Training will be offered by UND Environmental Training Institute on Aug. 7-8. The course is broken down into three courses:
Two-hour: school custodial staff that would never come in contact with asbestos, $75 cost.
July 26, 2008
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