Toxins can enter your body via breathing, swallowing, or touching. The most common route is breathing. This is especially true for electricians, who tend to work around chemicals more than work directly with them.
But electrical work often involves using chemicals that can enter your lungs. These include fuel for portable generators, solvents for preparing connections, and paint for touching up enclosures. You may also be exposed to fumes from processes, batteries, or the activities of others....More