Tradie Exposure Risks

Just doing what I got to do

Yep! A tradie just got to do what he has to do, doesn’t he?

Shoutout to all the amazing and hardworking tradespeople out there! This month is still dedicated to all of you!!!

And this week, we’re going to talk about the exposure risks that tradespeople face, the consequences, and what we can do about them. 

Many people may not be aware of this, but chemical exposure is one of the biggest risks that tradespeople are exposed to. Listen in as Claire talks more about these chemicals, how tradies are exposed, and what are some of the things that can be done to at least lessen the risks of exposure.

Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics

Working as a tradesperson has its own risks and as what we’ve pointed out at the beginning of the week, most of the risks involve injuries and work-related illnesses, including chemical or substance exposure.

Here’s sharing with you some gathered information from the Australian Bureau of Statistics on work-related injuries

Awareness is always key. Look after yourself and others!

Leslie Ann had liver problems which also caused several body issues like restricted breathing, shoulder & neck pain, and limited range of motion.

After ANF therapy she said “Swelling went down almost instantly, pain disappeared quickly. Chronic neck & shoulder pain actually disappeared too. My breathing is so much better and range of motion, I can do full range.”

Try to do a little bit better for your hIf you are a tradie, please take precautions. I also would recommend that you keep your liver and your lymphatic system working. It’s your sewerage system, it’s your immune system, you want it to be working the best.”

‼️ Always stay cautious with whatever you’re doing, may it be at home or in your workplace. Taking care of your health means taking care of your life. Better safe than sorry!

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