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Best Practices in Training Hispanic Workers

Describes a bilingual safety training program used in the Dallas/Forth Worth Airport (DFWA) expansion project and the positive impact it had on safet...

Does It Really Work? How to Evaluate Safety and Health Changes in the Workplace

NIOSH guide for how to evaluate whether a change in the workplace improves safety or health for workers. This 2004 booklet uses examples from the nurs...

Lifting Guidelines

Ohio State University and the Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation have produced guidelines on how to reduce the risk of low-back injury for healthy w...

In Their Own Words: Women in the Blue-Collar Construction Trades

Report of a Cornell Study on women in construction, including statistics on demographics, job retainment, and factors leading to success....

OSHA's "$AFETY PAYS" Program

This is a free, interactive software program from OSHA intended to help employers estimate the direct and indirect costs of an injury or illness and c...

Health and Safety Executive Short Videos on Construction Hazards

Link to a series of videos concerning near-misses and work-related hazards in construction and other industries. The quick-loading one-minute videos...

NIOSH Construction Compendium

One-page summaries of over 100 NIOSH-supported construction safety and health research projects in 2002....

OSHA's Public Service Announcement for workers and their families

English and Spanish language scripts for an OSHA public service announcement on workers’ right to a safe workplace and the role of OSHA....

After Injury Rehabilitation

A toolbox talk on how to handle rehabilitation after an injury, from both the perspective of the employer and worker....

Safety in the Trenches

Excavation and trenching are among the most hazardous construction operations, but using these trenching tips can prevent accidents and save lives....