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Safety Hazards in the News

Safety Hazards in the News

With leading-edge technology, product innovations and groundbreaking research, personal protective equipment (PPE) from 3M is a necessity when hazardous conditions threaten your personal safety. This page contains information about what 3M is doing to help minimize the effects of dangerous hazards in the workplace and to empower safety professionals to protect their world.


Floods and Hurricanes

The following are resources regarding flood hazards and mold clean-up. You can also search other resources for more information, including your local health departments.

Hurricane and Flood Recovery - CDC
Floods - CDC
Mold After a Disaster - CDC
Mold Prevention Strategies and Possible Health Effects in the Aftermath of Hurricanes and Major Floods - CDC

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Earthquakes

The following are resources regarding earthquakes. You can also search other resources for more information, including your local health departments.

NIOSH Emergency Response Resources: Natural Disasters: Earthquake Responder Resources - CDC
Emergency Preparedness: Health and Safety Concerns for All Disasters - CDC
Earthquakes - CDC

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Influenza

3M offers a variety of products that can help you decrease your exposure to the influenza virus and the recent H1N1 (Swine Flu) influenza virus. 3M has developed a number of resources and information specific to respirator use in the case of an influenza pandemic or outbreak.

Corporate Response to H1N1 Influenza - 3M
H1N1 Flu - CDC
Seasonal Flu - CDC

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Volcanic Eruptions

The following are a few resources regarding volcanic eruptions. You can also search other resources for more information, including your local health departments.

Volcanic Eruptions: What You Should Know - CDC

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