A mass influx of ear piercers into the country is causing serious concerns for workers who make metal piping for industrial equipment.
According to the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration, more than 60 percent of the ear piercer population has been exposed to hazardous material in the past year.
Many are forced to go back to work without ear protection, and many are afraid of being fired, which could cause them to lose their jobs.
Many workers are forced into the industry as a result of their employers’ failure to meet safety standards.
In one case, a U.K. man was left paralyzed after being exposed to lead poisoning while working in an industrial pipe fitting plant in the U,S.
in March of 2017.
In a recent report, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) called the increase of industrial piercers “an alarming trend that is not sustainable.”
It has been estimated that there are between 40,000 and 60,000 industrial ear pierced workers in the United States, with up to 6.8 million of them working in a single factory, according to the CDC.
These ear piercing workers are often subjected to severe work stress, and are unable to recover if they get sick.
The CDC estimates that more than 1,500 Americans die every year from occupational injuries due to working in the manufacturing industry.
The ear piercing industry is the largest industrial ear repair and replacement industry in the world.
It employs over 1.2 million workers, with 1.5 million of those workers employed in a factory.
Industrial ear pierces have a long history in the industrial world, but recent history shows a trend towards more and more extreme practices in the workplace.
According the Occupational Health and Safety Administration, workers in industries with high levels of ear piercing are exposed to chemicals that can cause cancer and other health problems.
According a report published in the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, some workers in a variety of industries have been exposed in recent years to asbestos, which is a toxic metal that has been linked to lung and cardiovascular diseases.
In the case of a worker exposed to asbestos from a metal fitting factory in the UK, he has suffered a “sudden death” after contracting lung cancer in July 2017.
He was then transferred to the United Kingdom’s Royal Free Hospital in London, where he was diagnosed with “multiple lung, renal and cardiovascular complications.”
He is currently being treated for a variety other ailments, including a heart attack, a stroke and diabetes.
The CDC has recommended that workers wearing ear piercing ear protection at work be given a “protective earpiece,” and that they be encouraged to take regular breaks to rest and eat healthy foods.
However, this advice has been ignored by many of the industries that employ ear piercing workers.
Industry representatives told Breitbart News that the trend is a growing concern for the safety of the workers who work in these industries, as they are subjected to a variety and intensities of chemicals.
In addition, workers are not always told about the risks associated with ear piercing.
According to a recent survey, just 14 percent of workers are aware that they are wearing ear protection.
The FDA has warned that ear piercing is “not a safe practice” in the workforce.
In the meantime, more and to a greater extent, the ear piercing piercer workforce is being forced to return to the industry that is threatening their livelihoods.
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