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Roadway Safety: Instructor Manual

A manual that helps a trainer provide information on a variety of roadway hazards, such as electrical, falls, slips and trips and ergonomics. Part of...

Occupational Injuries among US Construction Workers Treated at the George Washington University Emergency Department, 1990-97

This report profiles injury tracking of emergency room visits to George Washington University Hospital, from 1990 through 1997. Includes information o...

NIOSH Construction Compendium

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

Health and Safety Hazards in Construction: Recognition, Control and Free Resources from CPWR

This presentation highlights the health and safety hazards in construction related to recognition and control, and offers access to free materials in...

Death on the Job: The Toll of Neglect

This is the 24th edition of the AFL-CIO Health and Safety Division's Death on the Job annual review. It reports on several key trends. Latino workers...

Preventing Muskuloskeletal Disorders in Construction Workers

Describes different types of musculoskeletal disorders, both work and non-work related risk factors for them, and steps that can be taken to minimize...

Falls: An Interdisciplinary Annotated Bibliography

This document is part of a series of annotated, interdisciplinary bibliographies of academic research on major topics in construction occupational saf...

Safety & Health Information: Improving Online Access & Delivery

This article, published in Professional Safety magazine in May 2014, reviews the systematic methods employed by a multi-disciplinary team at CPWR to u...

CPWR Technical Report: Analysis of Work-Related Safety & Health Hazards of Unrepresented Workers in the Iron Working Industry

This study looked at the work-related safety and health hazards of unrepresented workers in the iron working industry. Interviews were with 87 non-uni...

Fall Protection: Misconceptions & Myths; Working Within the OSHA System

Article that examines common misconceptions, focusing on OSHA 29 CFR 1910 Subpart D, Walking-Working Surfaces, and Subpart I, PPE; 29 CFR 1926 Subpart...