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Aerotoxic Syndrome refers assertions concerning long-term and short-term illness originating from breathing ‘cabin air’. This gas is said to be impure to lethal levels exceeding safe points of air which need to be consumed by living beings since it contains atomized engine oils among other chemicals.
The Highest Risk of Aerotoxic
The uppermost danger of aerotoxic occurs when an organization lacks suitable concerns about system safety management. For instance, risk can emerge on the working environment if operating procedures, people, hardware/equipment, and facilities fail to meet the required safety. All above elements themselves may lead to some extent of hazard or risk to equipment or people during the performance of a given task. Moreover, the absence of adequate or proper training, stress, fatigue, personal problems as well as substance abuse are also viewed to interfere desirable or optimum human performance hence putting a worker at a risk. Similarly, some tools or equipment such as nuclear reactors, pressure systems, hand tools that are actuated with powder among others also subjects the workers to higher risk (Vincoli, 2014). For example, when a forklift operator gets subjected to relocating several flammable and volatile drums from one place to another, he or she is subjected to many risks that can affect his or health.
Ways of Eliminating/Mitigating Aerotoxic Syndrome’s Risk
There are diverse ways recommended for minimizing the risk of aerotoxic syndrome. First, the firm should design minimum risk operations hence reducing chances of subjecting workers to perilous tasks. Second, there should be an incorporation of safety devices which will protect workers from getting hurt, injured, or inhaling gasses which can affect their health (Vincoli, 2014). Moreover, warning devices should b installed in working areas to be sensing fires, oil and gas leakages and detecting the devices which are not functioning normally. Furthermore, the workers need to be provided with guidelines to follow while undertaking various tasks and also proper training should be offered to employees to keep them updated with advanced ways of operating. Additionally, if the danger has emerged unnoticed the organization should accept the remaining so as to manage to progress with its usual activities in an effective manner.
Vincoli J. W., (2014). Basic Guide to System Safety. Third Edition. John Wiley & Sons, Inc.