Your workplace may expose you to tobacco smoke, allergens, germs, chemicals and other airborne contaminants.
Warning signs for you and your co-workers could include a rapid onset of headaches, nausea, dizziness, drowsiness or breathing difficulties.
If you think there is a health emergency at your job, it's important to take quick action, the American Lung Association says.
It offers these suggestions for getting you and your co-workers out of harm's way:
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