In order to avoid adverse effects on human health caused by exposure to large amounts of tungsten, the following suggestions are recommended:
Physical examination: Those who work in tungsten production or processing environments regularly go to the hospital to check whether the tungsten content exceeds the standard through medical monitoring.
Environmental workers in the tungsten industry take measures such as wearing respirators, gloves, eyes, and dust-proof clothing.
Companies should post safety and health reminders in workplaces related to tungsten. In addition, companies should also take measures to prevent dust leakage, and timely carry out workshop cleaning and industrial waste disposal to prevent secondary pollution.
Other personnel should try to avoid using water and food contaminated by tungsten. The residential area should be as far away as possible from tungsten pollution or processing enterprises.