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11 Steps for Reducing PFAS Exposure in Electronics Manufacturing


What can the electronics industry do about PFAS-exposure risk?

Direct exposure to PFAS in the electronics production process poses a significant health risk to employees, inviting potential workforce health complications and legal liabilities related to occupational safety and health. Here are a few strategies to consider: In implementing these measures, it is essential to comply with local and national regulations that are already in place and to stay informed about ongoing research and evolving best practices for managing PFAS. By adopting a comprehensive strategy, companies can make significant strides in reducing risks associated with PFAS and create a safer working environment for their employees, as well as a cleaner and more sustainable industry.

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