Actors' Equity Association and the League of American Theatres and Producers have set absolute limits on the amount of smoke that can be used safely on stages. The move was spurred by a report commissioned by the two groups, which concluded that actors are at risk when exposed to "elevated or peak levels of glycol smoke and mineral oil." However, it also noted that if exposure levels are kept below the limits established in the study, actors should "not suffer adverse impacts to their ...
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