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Naval Officers and Asbestos Exposure
Naval Officers and Asbestos Exposure

Nearly every Navy ship commissioned between 1930 and the 1970s contained tons of asbestos used as insulating and fireproofing in the boiler/engine rooms, machinery spaces, bulkheads, and along the miles of piping aboard ship.

Naval Officers at risk

The construction, overhaul, renovation and removal of asbestos-containing structures or materials done throughout the ships exposed all present to risk, whether they were directly involved with the work or not. Officers whose duties took them all over the ships were at particular risk whether at sea, in shipyards or while docked for routine maintenance.

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Tell us your ships and the years assigned and we will tell you about the ships’ prior history, where asbestos was, and when it was put there. Call us today at 888-887-1238 or use the contact form to the right. No obligation. We’re here to help!

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