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Nanotechnology Follow-up for the National Safety Council Labor Division, Charlotte, NC, April 21, 2015

This large (33MB) PowerPoint is a followup to a webinar presentation in 2014 by Mark Hoover and Charles Geraci from NIOSH and Bruce Lippy from CPWR to...

Engineered Nanoparticle Exposures in Construction: Presentation to the ACCSH

This PowerPoint was presented to the OSHA Advisory Committee for Construction Safety and Health on November 27, 2012 by Dr. Bruce Lippy, Director of S...

Construction Research at NIOSH: Reviews of the Research Programs of the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health - Executive Summary

A review of NIOSH construction research programs between 1996 and 2005 and related recommendations....

ISEA Listing of Female Personal Protective Equipment Manufacturers

A list prepared by the International Safety Equipment Association that identifies sources and contacts for personal protective equipment designed for...

Nanotechnology and Construction

This report sets out to describe, for the construction professional, where nanotechnology is already being investigated or even used in the industry,...

Injuries Are Not Accidents: Construction Will Be Safe When It's Designed to Be Safe (Case Study 4 from Lessons Learned - Solutions for Workplace Safety and Health

Case study on hazardous conditions and actions that could be taken to prevent these conditions, including implementing an occupational safety and heal...

Good (Yet Potentially Hazardous) Things in Very Small Packages

Articles by the Laborers’ International on the presence of nanomaterials in some building products and the potential hazards....

CDC and Nanotechnology

Portion of NIOSH's website coverning Nanotechnology, which is the manipulation of matter on a near-atomic scale to produce new structures, materials a...

Fatal and Nonfatal Injuries among Hispanic Construction Workers 1992-2008

This data brief provides updated data on fatal and nonfatal injuries among Hispanic construction workers, focusing on changes in recent years....

Occupational Exposures, Respiratory Symptoms, and Blood Lead Levels among Latino Day Workers in Greater New Orleans

Results of a study of Latino migrant workers in New Orleans, Louisiana. The purpose of the study was to describe the occupational experience over time...