A handbook on the dangers of smoking, how smoking interacts with respiratory hazards in the construction workplace, and tips on making the workplace safer as well as ways to stop smoking.Part of a collection. Click on the 'collection' button to access the other items.
Construction Work Can Affect Your Health
How Do I Know If the Construction Job I’m Working on Is Hazardous?
Construction Hazards Chart
Some of the Chemicals in Cigarette Smoke
Secondhand Smoke Facts
The Odds Against Tobacco Users’ Health
Combining Tobacco Smoke & Workplace Toxics
to Make the Job Safer
Checklist: Controlling Hazards on Your Construction Site
Use the Right Respirator
Tips for Taking Action
Your Legal Rights to Health & Safety
What If Someone’s Smoking Indoors at the Work Site?
How to Use Cal/ OSHA
Your Right to Know About Toxics on the Job
Reading Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS’s)
A project of the State Building and Construction Trades Council of California and the Labor Occupational Health Program, University of California, Berkeley
Based on the WHATEP curriculum, produced by the Workplace Hazard and Tobacco Education Project, funded by the California Department of Health Services and comprised of the Labor Occupational Health Program, American Lung Association of San Francisco and the California Public Health Foundation
PROJECT DEVELOPMENT TEAM
WAYNE A. HAGEN
BUILDING TRADES UNIONS IGNITE LESS TOBACCO
For more information,
Call BUILT: 916- 442- 8368
This project was made possible by funds received from Proposition 99, The Tobacco Tax Initiative, under Grant Number 99- 85070
Produced by the State Building and Construction Trades Council of California in coordination with the Labor Occupational Health Program, University of California at Berkeley.
© 2001 — State of California, Department of Health Services.