united states occupational safety and health administration
Summary: An office in the Department of Labor responsible for developing and establishing occupational safety and health standards.
Publications200 found, 100 shown here
- Overexposure to crystalline silica in a foundry operationAngela Irwin
US Department of Labor, Occupational Safety, and Health Administration, Kansas City, MO 64120, USA
Appl Occup Environ Hyg 18:18-21. 2003
- Potential uses of petrochemical products can result in significant benzene exposures: MSDSs must list benzene as an ingredientMelvyn Kopstein
J Occup Environ Hyg 3:1-8. 2006..The information and methodology presented here are germane to preparation of accurate MSDSs for benzene-containing products, employers who must comply with 29 CFR 1910.1028, and retrospectively estimating exposures to benzene...
- The pregnant health care worker--an evidence-based approach to job assignment and reassignmentJoyce Hood
Occupational Health Services, Cook Children s Health Care System, Fort Worth, TX, USA
AAOHN J 56:329-33. 2008..Women of childbearing age must carefully consider the risks and benefits of working in the field of health care prior to becoming pregnant...
- Continuing exposure to hexavalent chromium, a known lung carcinogen: an analysis of OSHA compliance inspections, 1990-2000Peter Lurie
Public Citizen s Health Research Group, Washington, DC 20009, USA
Am J Ind Med 42:378-83. 2002..In 1993, Public Citizen and the Paper, Allied-Industrial, Chemical and Energy Workers International Union (PACE) petitioned to lower the PEL from the current 100 microg/m(3) to 0.5 microg/m(3) as an 8-hr time-weighted average (TWA)...
- Results of inspections in health hazard industries in a region of the state of WashingtonDon J Lofgren
Division of Occupational Safety and Health, Labor and Industries, Tacoma, Washington 98402, USA
J Occup Environ Hyg 5:367-79. 2008..The results can be used for the planning of interventions in other regions and industries...
- Facing down the hazardsFred Elliott
Occup Health Saf 72:42-4, 46-7. 2003
- Employee health surveillance in the health care industryJoyce Hood
Occupational Health Services, Cook Children s Health Care System, Fort Worth, TX, USA
AAOHN J 55:423-31. 2007..Implementation can occur within a health care setting with the buy-in of the many stakeholders involved, especially supervisors managing departments where chemical and other hazards are present...
- Bloodborne pathogens. What you need to know--Part IKatherine T Twitchell
Occupational Health Services, Brigham and Women s Hospital, Boston, MA, USA
AAOHN J 51:38-45; quiz 46-7. 2003..The general prevalence, risk groups, prophylaxis, and treatment of HBV, HCV, and HIV are elaborated. Common blood tests for each of these pathogens are also explained...
- Statistical methods for establishing equivalency of a sampling device to the OSHA standardK Krishnamoorthy
Department of Mathematics, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, Lafayette, LA 70504, USA
AIHA J (Fairfax, Va) 63:567-71. 2002..This article proposes two statistical tests for establishing that an alternative measuring device of airborne chemicals or dust is equivalent to the OSHA standard. The statistical tests are illustrated using an example...
- Occupational injury and safety research in the AIHA JournalTheodore K Courtney
AIHA J (Fairfax, Va) 63:550-3. 2002
- Corporate commitment, local dedication pave the way to successPhillip G Retallick
Clean Harbors Environment Services, Inc
Occup Health Saf 77:84, 86. 2008
- Fatal exposure to anhydrous ammonia in a food manufacturing plantKimberley Morton
U S Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, Madison Area Office, Madison, Wisconsin, USA
J Occup Environ Hyg 2:D40-3. 2005
- Scaffolding good practicesFred Elliott
Occup Health Saf 72:26-8. 2003
- Occupational medicine programs for animal research facilitiesPeter H Wald
Working Care, Inc, Orange, CA, USA
ILAR J 44:57-71. 2003..Recommendations are provided for the organization and content of occupational medicine programs for animal research facilities...
- How to find training that's right for youJacque S Greiff
Occup Health Saf 72:86-8, 97. 2003
- OSHA bloodborne pathogens rule--revisions and clarificationsEve Cuny
University of the Pacific, School of Dentistry, San Francisco, California, USA
Compend Contin Educ Dent 23:191-4, 196, 198; quiz 200. 2002..This article provides an overview of the 2001 Bloodborne Pathogens Rule with an emphasis on the impact on dental offices...
- The basics of an exposure control planDebbie Keith
Ambulatory Services Infection Control Employee Health, St Joseph s Hospital, Augusta, GA, USA
J Perianesth Nurs 18:186-95. 2003..Directives addressing the management of the employee who has been exposed to blood-borne pathogens have also been added. This article focuses on important elements in developing an institutional exposure control plan...
- Tempering emergency equipment waterCasey Hayes
Haws Corporation, Sparks, NV, USA
Occup Health Saf 76:104-5. 2007
- Survey of current lead use, handling, hygiene, and contaminant controls among New Jersey industriesJames D Blando
New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services Occupational Health Surveillance, Trenton, NJ 08625 0360, USA
J Occup Environ Hyg 4:539-46. 2007..State-based surveillance can be a useful tool for OSHA enforcement activities. Elevated blood lead values in adults should be considered as a trigger for required compliance with an OSHA general industry lead standard...
- Reducing risk on machinery: a field evaluation pilot study of risk assessmentJohn Etherton
NIOSH, Center for Safer Solutions, Morgantown, WV, USA
Risk Anal 28:711-21. 2008....
- Administering smallpox vaccine: a two-pronged riskJane Perry
International Health Care Worker Safety Center, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, USA
Nursing 34:30. 2004
- The lowdown on backup alarms in retail storesBarrett Miller
Occup Health Saf 76:48-51. 2007
- Adapting OSHA ergonomic guidelines to the rehabilitation settingPaul Nathenson
Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital, 5401 South Street, Lincoln, NE 68506, USA
Rehabil Nurs 29:127-30. 2004..Rehabilitation facilities are uniquely positioned for innovative and successful ergonomic safety practices due to the rehabilitation philosophy and characteristics of the rehabilitation team...
- OSHA compliance issues: overexposure to dust in an animal feed ingredient manufacturing facilityRichard Bailey
U S Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, Kansas City Area Office, Kansas City, MO, USA
J Occup Environ Hyg 1:D71-4. 2004
- Quality. Sharper image. OSHA enforces bloodborne pathogen standardsJulie Piotrowski
Mod Healthc 34:14. 2004
- Needlestick: adding insult to injury. Interview by Sibyl ShaloHelen Ornstein
Am J Nurs 107:25-6. 2007
- Source reduction for prevention of methylene chloride hazards: cases from four industrial sectorsCora R Roelofs
Center for Community Based Research, Dana Farber Cancer Institute and Department of Health and Social Behavior, Harvard School of Public Health, Smith 271, 44 Binney Street, Boston, Massachusetts 02115, USA
Environ Health 2:9. 2003..Such initiatives are popular for environmental protection, but their feasibility and effectiveness as an industrial hygiene approach have not been well described...
- Sharps injuries and bloodborne pathogen exposures in home health careStephanie M Chalupka
Department of Nursing, School of Health and Environment, University of Massachusetts Lowell, USA
AAOHN J 56:15-29; quiz 31-2. 2008....
- Safe handling of hazardous drugsMartha Polovich
Southern Regional Health System in the South suburban Atlanta area, USA
Online J Issues Nurs 9:6. 2004....
- Safety and health of heavy equipment operators at Ground ZeroBruce E Lippy
Director of Research and Special Projects, Operating Engineers National Hazmat Program, Baltimore, Maryland 21228, USA
Am J Ind Med 42:539-42. 2002
- Health and employment practices: ethical, legal, and social implications of advances in toxicogenomicsMarc Weinstein
Labor Education Research Center, University of Oregon, Eugene, USA
AAOHN J 53:529-33. 2005..Occupational health professionals have a crucial role in shaping future guidelines governing the use of genetic information in employment...
- Employee exposure to high-level radio frequency radiationDavid Banas
US Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, Calumet City, IL 60409, USA
Appl Occup Environ Hyg 17:154-6. 2002
- Assessing workplace compliance with handling of antineoplastic agentsJackie Gambrell
Oncology Multidisciplinary Center, Cancer Treatment Center, Greenville Hospital Systems, South Carolina, USA
Clin J Oncol Nurs 10:473-7. 2006..Oncology healthcare workers must be aware of the serious nature of antineoplastic drug exposure and the avenues available to initiate a simple, highly effective, problem-solving process called SOLVE to make medical workplaces safer...
- Evaluation of concurrent personal measurements of acrylonitrile using different sampling techniquesJohn N Zey
Department of Safety Science and Technology, Central Missouri State University, Warrensburg, USA
Appl Occup Environ Hyg 17:88-95. 2002..As a result of this evaluation, the investigators decided that no adjustments would be made to the plant measurements. This type of evaluation should be considered when using measurement data in multisite epidemiological studies...
- TIPS (trigger an IIF paradigm shift)Glen Kilcup P E
Intel Corporation, MS F9 016, 4100 Sara Road, Rio Rancho, NM 87124, USA
J Hazard Mater 142:603-7. 2007..We needed a paradigm shift to get everyone completely engaged in the IIF (Incident & Injury Free) culture, in order to achieve true IIF results...
- New and improved responder ensemblesJeffrey O Stull
Occup Health Saf 75:61-2, 64, 66 passim. 2006
- Mining the pastTrevor A Kletz
Department of Chemical Engineering, Texas A and M University, USA
J Hazard Mater 142:618-25. 2007..Some such accidents are described, including entry to confined spaces, the collapse of a gasholder and the collapse of a tank for an unusual reason...
- Immigrant workers in the United States: recent trends, vulnerable populations, and challenges for occupational healthLinda A McCauley
School of Nursing, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, USA
AAOHN J 53:313-9. 2005....
- Machine safety evaluation in small metal working facilities: an evaluation of inter-rater reliability in the quantification of machine-related hazardsKaizad Munshi
Park Nicollet Institute, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
Am J Ind Med 48:381-8. 2005..The study reported here involved the development and evaluation of methods for measuring machine safety, which will be used in the intervention study...
- Exposure determination and respirator selection under the OSHA Hexavalent Chromium StandardsPaul Puncochar
3M Occupational Health and Environmental Safety Division, USA
Occup Health Saf 75:134-9. 2006
- Which respirator to use?Barry R Weissman
Hillmann Environmental Group, LLC, Union, NJ, USA
Occup Health Saf 75:140, 142, 144. 2006
- Noise exposure and hearing loss prevention programmes after 20 years of regulations in the United StatesW E Daniell
Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 98155, USA
Occup Environ Med 63:343-51. 2006..To evaluate noise exposures and hearing loss prevention efforts in industries with relatively high rates of workers' compensation claims for hearing loss...
- Airway disease in highway and tunnel construction workers exposed to silicaL Christine Oliver
Occupational Health Initiatives, Brookline, Massachusetts 02446, USA
Am J Ind Med 49:983-96. 2006..The present study examines workplace exposures and occurrence of airway disease in these workers...
- The workplace complacency trend in accident preventionDavid W Folk
U S Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, USA
Occup Health Saf 76:18, 20, 88 passim. 2007
- Headline: hazard assessmentJerry Laws
Occup Health Saf 74:77-8, 92. 2005
- A history of OH&SRonnie Rittenberry
Occup Health Saf 76:60, 62-9. 2007
- The impact of OSHA recordkeeping regulation changes on occupational injury and illness trends in the US: a time-series analysisLee S Friedman
University of Illinois at Chicago, School of Public Health, Division of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences, Chicago, IL 60612, USA
Occup Environ Med 64:454-60. 2007..However, major changes to the OSHA recordkeeping standard occurred in 1995 and 2001. The authors assessed the relation between changes in OSHA recordkeeping regulations and the trend in occupational injuries and illnesses...
- Prioritizing safe patient handling: The American Nurses Association's Handle With Care CampaignArnold B de Castro
Division of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences, School of Public Health, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL 60612 7260, USA
J Nurs Adm 36:363-9. 2006..The authors discuss national-level efforts to promote patient care ergonomics principles and safe patient handling programs and their impact on nursing shortages and quality patient care...
- Comparison of employees' white blood cell counts in a petrochemical plant by worksite and raceC L Christian
Virgin Islands Medical Institute, St Croix
J Natl Med Assoc 86:620-3. 1994..A recommendation is made that the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) reconsider its WBC cutoff level in the benzene standard...
- Characterization of lead in US workplaces using data from OSHA's integrated management information systemScott A Henn
Division of Surveillance, Hazard Evaluations, and Field Studies DSHEFS, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health NIOSH, Cincinnati, Ohio 45226, USA
Am J Ind Med 54:356-65. 2011..Lead hazards continue to be encountered in the workplace. OSHA's Integrated Management Information System (IMIS) is the largest available database containing sampling results in US workplaces...
- Benzene inhalation by parts washers: new estimates based on measures of occupational exposure to solvent coaromaticsPatrick Sheehan
Exponent, Oakland, CA, USA
Risk Anal 30:1249-67. 2010..Both 95th percentile eight-hour TWA respiratory exposure estimates for solvent formulations are less than 10% of the current Occupational Safety and Health Administration permissible exposure limit of 1.0 ppm for benzene...
- Prevention of beryllium sensitization and chronic beryllium diseasePaul K Henneberger
J Occup Environ Hyg 3:D42-3. 2006
- Infection control guidelines, the new generationHelene Bednarsh
Boston Public Health Commission, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Compend Contin Educ Dent 25:6-9. 2004....
- Protecting contract workers: case study of the US Department of Energy's nuclear and chemical waste managementMichael Gochfeld
Department of Environmental and Occupational Medicine, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, and the Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences Institute, Piscataway, NJ 08854, USA
Am J Public Health 97:1607-13. 2007..These observations are relevant to the private and public sectors. Occupational health and safety should be viewed as an asset, not merely a cost...
- Heading for the exits. Photoluminescent egress markings increase the safety and efficiency of emergency plant evacuationsSue Larson
Brady Worldwide Inc s Signmark Division, Milwaukee, Wis, USA
Occup Health Saf 72:58-61. 2003
- Getting acquainted with confined spacesWilliam Ball
BW Techonologies by Honewell, Calgary, Canada
Occup Health Saf 77:48, 50-2. 2008
- Central part of the teamDiane Baranowsky
Stamford Conn Hospital, USA
Mater Manag Health Care 12:34. 2003
- Confined space entry, part 3Stephen V Magyar
Occup Health Saf 75:88, 90, 92 passim. 2006
- Job-made guardrails: are they strong enoughC Ray Asfahl
University of Arkansas, USA
Occup Health Saf 76:80, 82. 2007
- Be safe, not sorry. Government regulations require safety devices in physicians' officesMichael Garvin
University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, Iowa City, USA
MGMA Connex 2:28-9. 2002
- Occupational amputations in Illinois 2000-2007: BLS vs. data linkage of trauma registry, hospital discharge, workers compensation databases and OSHA citationsLee Friedman
University of Illinois at Chicago, School of Public Health, Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences, MC 922, 2121 W Taylor, Chicago, IL 60612, USA
Injury 44:667-73. 2013..Thousands of occupational amputations occur each year, clustering in particular economic sectors, workplaces, and demographic groups such as young workers, Hispanics, and immigrants...
- Why safety training may not be the answerDavid Machles
Dimensions in Occupational Health and Safety, Inc, Raleigh, NC, USA
Occup Health Saf 76:92-4. 2007
- Safety never takes a holidayTerry Jo Gile
Clin Leadersh Manag Rev 18:342-8. 2004..69...
- Harmonization across the globe: is it possible?Glenn Trout
MSDSonline, Chicago, USA
Occup Health Saf 75:162, 164-6. 2006
- On point. Reducing sharps injuries in the ES departmentGina Pugliese
Premier Inc s Safety Institute, Oakbrook, Ill, USA
Health Facil Manage 17:35-9. 2004
- Popcorn-worker lung caused by corporate and regulatory negligence: an avoidable tragedyDavid Egilman
Brown University, Attleboro, MA 02703, USA
Int J Occup Environ Health 13:85-98. 2007....
- Trends in workplace homicides in the U.S., 1993-2002: a decade of declineScott A Hendricks
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Division of Safety Research, Analysis and Field Evaluations Branch, Morgantown, West Virginia 26505, USA
Am J Ind Med 50:316-25. 2007..Trends in workplace homicide rates are compared to the trends in U.S. homicides from 1993 to 2002, inclusively. The homogeneity of workplace homicide rates by victim demographics, circumstances, and types of events are also addressed...
- Safety syringes and anti-needlestick devices in orthopaedic surgeryWilmer L Sibbitt
Department of Internal Medicine, University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center, Albuquerque, NM 87131, USA
J Bone Joint Surg Am 93:1641-9. 2011..We hypothesized that safety syringes and needles could be used in outpatient orthopaedic injection and aspiration procedures...
- Feet firstRoger Brooks
Occup Health Saf 71:40, 42. 2002
- Evaluation of potential noise exposures in hospital operating roomsLilia Chen
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Cincinnati, OH, USA
AORN J 96:412-8. 2012..Keeping music at a low level and using hearing protection are other interventions to consider to improve noise levels in an OR...
- Impact of the OSHA trench and excavation standard on fatal injury in the construction industryAnthony Suruda
Department of Family and Preventive Medicine, Rocky Mountain Center for Occupational and Environmental Health, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
J Occup Environ Med 44:902-5. 2002..This study provides evidence for the effectiveness of OSHA regulation in preventing fatal work injury...
- OSHA's eTool for Lockout/TagoutRoger Brooks
Occup Health Saf 71:22-4. 2002
- Novel training concepts and techniques used to increase safety awareness in the laboratory animal facilityWendi A Pallozzi
Department of Laboratory Animal Resources, Merck Research Laboratories, West Point, PA 19486, USA
Lab Anim (NY) 32:38-42. 2003..The authors describe an innovative safety training program that has been well received by employees and associated with a 62% drop in workplace injuries over a two-year period...
- Effect of occupational silica exposure on pulmonary functionVicki Stover Hertzberg
Department of Biostatistics, Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University, Atlanta, GA 30322, USA
Chest 122:721-8. 2002..To assess the effect of occupational silica exposure on pulmonary function...
- E-PRCS--a unique OSHA "e-tool" for creating your site-specific confined space written programStan Salisbury
Georgia Power Company, USA
Appl Occup Environ Hyg 17:530-3. 2002
- Hazardous duty. OSHA standard helps ES managers ensure safe use of cleaning chemicalsCarolyn Schierhorn
Health Facil Manage 15:37-40. 2002
- Employee safety when working at heightsGerry Burke
Micro Coax, Inc, Pottstown, PA, USA
AAOHN J 56:85-7. 2008
- Construction safety. Questions of competenceFred Elliott
Occup Health Saf 72:128-31. 2003
- "Cooking the books"--behavior-based safety at the San Francisco Bay BridgeGarrett D Brown
828 Richmond St, El Cerrito, CA 94530 2925, USA
New Solut 17:311-24. 2007....
- The bloodborne pathogens standard, 2001: what's changed?J Perry
International Health Care Worker Safety Center, University of Virginia Health System, Charlottesville, VA, USA
Nurs Manage 32:25-6. 2001..Learn how to facilitate implementation of OSHA's strengthened sharps safety requirements...
- Clinical evaluation and management of lead-exposed construction workersS M Levin
Department of Community and Preventive Medicine, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, NY, USA
Am J Ind Med 37:23-43. 2000..The medical aspects of the 1993 OSHA standard for lead in construction are described...
- OSHA in healthcare--out of sight, out of mind?Scott Harris
IESO, LLC, USA
J Healthc Prot Manage 28:96-103. 2012..Millions of nosocomial infections and fatalities each year. Few OSHA inspections. Healthcare might feel exempt, but, according to the author, "it looks like we finally got their attention"...
- Dental safety needles' effectiveness: results of a one-year evaluationE Cuny
University of the Pacific School of Dentistry, San Francisco, Calif 94115, USA
J Am Dent Assoc 131:1443-8. 2000..Little information exists, however, on the efficacy and utility of these types of needles currently on the market...
- Confined space rescue in aviation repairTerry L Grimes
TIMCO, Lake City, Fla, USA
Occup Health Saf 71:34-8. 2002
- Workplace performance of a hood-style supplied-air respiratorLarry Janssen
3M Company, Occupational Health and Environmental Safety Division, St Paul, Minnesota, USA
J Occup Environ Hyg 5:438-43. 2008..This study also illustrates the difficulty in locating workplaces with sufficient contaminant concentration and duration to measure the capabilities of high-performing respirators...
- Stringency of workplace air contaminant exposure limits: a case study of OSHA risk managementJ K Hakes
Department of Economics, Clemson University, SC 29634, USA
Risk Anal 19:1113-25. 1999....
- Heat stress management program improving worker health and operational effectiveness: a case studyRosalyn G Huss
Toxicology Emergency Response Program, Center for Toxicology and Environmental Health, LLC, North Little Rock, AR 72118, USA
Workplace Health Saf 61:128-33; quiz 134. 2013..Sixty-six site workers were monitored throughout site remediation. More than 1,700 biological monitoring data points were recorded. Outcomes included improved worker health and safety, and increased operational effectiveness...
- Infection-control basics. A common sense review for EMS personnelKatherine West
JEMS 27:115-8, 120, 122-5. 2002..Risk reduction and risk management are both vital. Ultimately, the responsibility lies with you--the provider--to know infection-control principles and practice good habits...
- Managing disruptive patients in health care: necessary solutions to a difficult problemMichael J Hodgson
Occupational Health, Office of Public Health, Veterans Health Administration, Washington, District of Columbia, USA
Am J Ind Med 55:1009-17. 2012..We present information on system-level variation among program elements and their association with perceived and measured effectiveness...
- A descriptive study of U.S. OSHA penalties and inspection frequency for musculoskeletal disorders in the workplaceT K Courtney
Liberty Mutual Research Center for Safety and Health, Hopkinton, MA 01748 1298, USA
Am Ind Hyg Assoc J 59:563-71. 1998..The results of this study may be utilized by organizations seeking to demonstrate the advantages of reducing musculoskeletal morbidity in the workplace...
- Watch your backMichael Dionne
Northeast Georgia Medical Center Inc, Gainesville, USA
Rehab Manag 18:30, 32-3, 50. 2005
- Ocular laser exposure incident reportingLawrence K Harrington
University of Missouri St Louis, College of Optometry, 8001 Natural Bridge Road, St Louis, MO 63121, USA
Mil Med 169:277-81. 2004..Along with this increase in applications, it is reasonable to expect a concomitant increase in the number of accidents and occasions of purposeful misuse, resulting in excessive ocular exposures to laser radiation...
- Preventing needlestick injuriesGuido R Zanni
National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD, USA
Consult Pharm 22:400-2, 404-6, 409. 2007..Policy, practice, and training need to address new devices engineered to prevent sharps injuries, sharps disposal containers, and prophylaxis after percutaneous injury...
- Failure to train employees--now a federal crimeJane F Barrett
Blank Rome, LLP, Philadelphia, USA
Occup Health Saf 72:24-6, 91. 2003
- Fatal injuries to teenage construction workers in the USAnthony Suruda
Department of Family and Preventive Medicine, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah 84112 5120, USA
Am J Ind Med 44:510-4. 2003..We examined fatal injury reports for youth and adult workers to determine risk factors for injury and applicability of existing child labor regulations...
- Breaching the language barrierNancy Kalaroa
Occup Health Saf 73:60-5. 2004
- Electrical hazard assessment: first step in meeting OSHA standardsLarry Altmayer
Littelfuse, Des Plaines, Ill, USA
Occup Health Saf 76:64, 66-8. 2007
- Risk assessment. Regulators seek to redefine 'working life'David Malakoff
Science 321:621. 2008
- Lead IARC towards compliance with WHO/IARC Declaration of Interests (DOI) policyJennifer Sass
Int J Occup Environ Health 8:277-8. 2002
- CrVI: new regulations and detection methodsJeffrey Duffy
Nextteq, LLC, Tampa, Fla, USA
Occup Health Saf 75:52-4, 89. 2006
- I've just been to my dentist and I want to make a complaint!Mark E Mallatt
J Indiana Dent Assoc 84:25. 2005
- The Influence of Staff Turnover on QualityNicholas Castle; Fiscal Year: 2007..unreadable] [unreadable] [unreadable]..
- Costs of Occupational Injury and IllnessJ Leigh; Fiscal Year: 2009..But reported national injury rates have been fallen since 1992. Moreover, Workers'Compensation costs fell from 1993 to 1998 but have risen since 1999. Current and comprehensive estimates are needed. ..
- LINKING OCCUPATIONAL INJURY AND ILLNESS DATA BASESKenneth Rosenman; Fiscal Year: 2002..We have assembled an interdisciplinary team consisting of an occupational health physician, epidemiologists, a biostatistician and a computer programmer. We have arranged access to all nine data systems. ..
- Work Environment:Effects on Quality of HealthcareBradley Evanoff; Fiscal Year: 2003..Measurement of changes in quality of care following the intervention will include those used in Aim 1 as well as specific processes of care measures. ..
- WORK AND HEALTH DISPARITIES AMONG RURAL WOMENHester Lipscomb; Fiscal Year: 2004..Education will also be targeted to medical providers in this geographic area on work exposures and conditions, exposure response, prevention, basic epidemiology, and ergonomics. ..
- Effectiveness of patient lift equipmentHester Lipscomb; Fiscal Year: 2008..The proposed work addresses several NIOSH priority areas including health care workers, back injuries, and intervention effectiveness research. ..
- Back Disorders in Union CarpentersHester Lipscomb; Fiscal Year: 2006..The project addresses a number of areas of expressed interest to NIOSH including construction workers, back disorders, surveillance methods and health services research. [unreadable] [unreadable]..
- Evaluation of Workplace Violence Prevention InterventionJane Lipscomb; Fiscal Year: 2006..4) Design and implement a violence prevention intervention within these workplaces. 5) Conduct a process and outcome evaluation of the intervention in sample workplaces one year following program implementation. ..
- DISTRIBUTED OCCUPATIONAL KNOWLEDGE SYSTEMPhilip Harber; Fiscal Year: 2001..The process also yields valuable surveillance data including population segments often missed by other methods and describing functional impact of work rather than just occupationally caused disease. ..
- Blood Exposure and Primary Prevention in the Home Care *JANE LIPSCOMP; Fiscal Year: 2007..abstract_text> ..
- Age, Lead, Exposure, and Neurobehavioral DeclineBrian Schwartz; Fiscal Year: 2007..unreadable] [unreadable]..
- Crystalline Silica and RSP Control Methods Effectiveness during Concrete GrindingFarhang Akbar Khanzadeh; Fiscal Year: 2007..For quality control, 28 blank, 30 background and 20 bulk samples will also be collected. Multiple analyses of variance will be used to analyze the data to find the desired combination of factors. [unreadable] [unreadable] [unreadable]..
- Staffing Characteristics of Nursing Homes and QualityNicholas Castle; Fiscal Year: 2008..unreadable] [unreadable] [unreadable]..
- INCIDENT REPORTING IN NURSING HOMESNicholas Castle; Fiscal Year: 2008..This information will further our development of a standardized incident reporting mechanism recommended by the Institute of Medicine and others. [unreadable] [unreadable] [unreadable]..
- Linking Federal and State Data to Study the Economic Effects of Workplace InjuryLESLIE BODEN; Fiscal Year: 2009....
- Meeting on Inhaled Mineral Dusts/NanoparticlesBrooke Mossman; Fiscal Year: 2005..This meeting will provide a forum for exchange of research ideas and collaborations that will advance the field of public health in understanding individual susceptibility to and mechanisms of particulate-induced lung diseases. ..
- Evaluation of Organizational Justice Intervention to Alleviate TYPE III ViolenceJane A Lipscomb; Fiscal Year: 2010..4) To evaluate the impact of a workplace violence prevention program on organizational justice climate and the incidences and prevalence of Type III workplace violence by comparing intervention and control agencies. ..
- DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF A MAIL SURVEY OF CHEMICALDavid Valiante; Fiscal Year: 2001....
- EPIDEMIC OCCUPATIONAL HEARING LOSS IN WASHINGTON STATEWilliam Daniell; Fiscal Year: 2001..OHL: (a) noise levels that exceed legal standards, (b) under-utilization of feasible noise controls, and (c) hearing conservation programs that are not compliant with legal standards and/or are not optimally effective? ..
- JOB HAZARD ANALYSIS OF SANDBLASTING SUBSTITUTESBeth Rosenberg; Fiscal Year: 2002..abstract_text> ..
- Confocal DNA Cytometry Prostate Cancer- Age & EthnicityWilliam Grizzle; Fiscal Year: 2003..We will test the negative hypothesis that age and ethnic groups, with all other prognostic variables being equal, will have no correlation with tumor aggressiveness. ..
- Workplace Violence Risk in the Home Health Work PlaceJane Lipscomb; Fiscal Year: 2003..abstract_text> ..
- Effectiveness of Intervention on HealthLisa Brosseau; Fiscal Year: 2003..It is expected that the difference in mean pre- and post-study outcome beliefs (and perhaps intentions and attitudes) will be greater in the intervention than the control group. ..
- Capture-Recapture Estimates of Workplace Injury RatesLESLIE BODEN; Fiscal Year: 2004....
- DEMOLITION AND ASTHMA IN CHICAGO PUBLIC HOUSINGSamuel Dorevitch; Fiscal Year: 2006....
- The Youth Employment Training Pilot ProgramHenry Anderson; Fiscal Year: 2002..Data from the anonymous school based surveys will be used to determine whether youth who have obtained a work permit are less likely to experience a work related injury. ..
- Occupational Medicine Activities and Skills: An Empiric StudyPhilip Harber; Fiscal Year: 2009..Analyses will be both descriptive and address specific questions such as determining the impact of formal education and evaluating whether occupational preventive medicine is a homogeneous field or composed of distinct subgroups. ..
- Noise, Solvents, and Hearing LossPeter Rabinowitz; Fiscal Year: 2004..A nested case control study will match cases of hearing loss identified in the cohort with controls by age at hire, year of hire, sex, and gender, to further explore these relationships. ..
- EFFECTS OF OSHA GUIDELINES ON VIOLENCE PREVENTION IN MENJane Lipscomb; Fiscal Year: 2001..abstract_text> ..
- EXAMINING NURSING HOME COMPARENicholas Castle; Fiscal Year: 2005..abstract_text> ..