Safety & Training Short - Chemical Hazards: Routes of EntryAugust 17, 2020Objective: To give an overview of the routes of entry and protective strategies for each
The route of entry is how a hazardous substance gets into your body. This can happen in one or more of the following routes of exposure:
Ingestion: Through the digestive tract by swallowing
Absorption: Through the eyes, skin, or mucous membranes
Inhalation: Through the respiratory tract by breathing
Injection: Piercing the skin, involving cuts or needles
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