This case involves a vehicle inspector whose job required that he observe vehicle inspections where mechanics used compressed air to blow out brake debris to allow them to inspect brakes. The inspector regularly stood within 10 feet of the brake inspectors. The inspector regularly breathed visible dust in the garages where he worked because the garages did not have specialized ventilation systems. The inspector was not provided with protective environmental clothing or a mask or warned that breathing brake dust was harmful to his health. The inspector regularly inspected brake linings that contained asbestos products. The inspector died from mesothelioma and his family brought a wrongful death lawsuit against the company that installed the brakes on the cars he inspected.