Solder LEAD poisoning - an ALERT ?
Spehro Pefhany email (remove spam text)
At 03:14 PM 12/13/02 -0500, you wrote:
>Hi, at any industry where employees should contact solder material, gloves
>is a must to avoid lead contact. Considering 8 hours a day contact with
>such solder material, it is a least precaution to have.
The main thing is to WASH your HANDS after handling wire solder, PCBs
and especially solder paste before you eat. Don't eat in the same
place as you do soldering. Try not to breath the fumes from soldering,
a small fan helps (though it's probably mostly the flux).
Additional precautions should be observed by women who might be pregnant.
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