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    Dear sir/ madam,

    I am currently working with the health hazards of dyeing and printing unit workers.  The nature of the work in the small scale dyeing units is to dye the fabrics, yarns and the worker needs to perform this activity throughtout the day ( 8 hours) without use of any protective devices for both legs and hands.  As a result of this, the edges of the nails in both hands and feet are pigmented with dyes due to prolonged exposure.   Administration of hand gloves and gum boots have  also not been successful  due to several reasons.  Is there any other alternatives that can be thought out to prevent the occurence of coloured nails.
    Thanking you.

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