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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...

NIOSH Mining Program Resources

The NIOSH Mining Program works to eliminate mining fatalities, injuries, and illnesses through research and impactful solutions. This collection of re...

Lessons Learned from Refuge Alternative Research by NIOSH

This article produced by NIOSH and published in Coal Age addresses three tragedies in 2006 that drew attention to the safety of miners, hazard detecti...

New York FACE Brochure

A brochure describing NY Fatality Assessment and Control Evaluation (NY FACE), a NYS Department of Health workplace health and safety program. NY FACE...

Fatality Assessment & Control Evaluation (FACE) Program

This Fatality Assessment & Control Evaluation (FACE) Program flyer contains information about FACE Programs as well as materials available to keep wor...

Fatal Occupational Injuries in Massachusetts 2008-2013

This report provides a comprehensive summary of fatal occupational injuries in Massachusetts during 2008–2013. It includes a comparison of the occup...

Kentucky FACE Report: Construction Laborer Killed in Trench Collapse while Taking Grade Measurements

On Wednesday, May 4, 2016 a 22-year-old male construction laborer was assisting an excavator operator who was digging a 13.4 ft. section of a trench a...

Washington FACE Report: Pipelayer Dies when Trench Wall Collapses

In January 2016, a 36-year-old pipelayer died when the wall of the trench he was working in collapsed and buried him....

New NIOSH software for monitoring H&S of emergency responders

NIOSH Emergency Response and Preparedness Office (EPRO) has created a free software platform called ERHMS Info Manager™ to track and monitor emergen...

Understanding the new OSHA standards for Silica dust in the construction industry

To help the industry better understand and comply with the new OSHA standards for Silica dust, CPWR-The Center for Construction Research and Training...