Resources Related to Occupational Safety and Health
Inclusion, Diversity, Anti-Racism, and Equity (IDARE)
These web pages provide reading and information regarding Inclusion, Diversity, Anti-Racism, and Equity (IDARE) issues. If you would like to suggest additional relevant resources to be added, please email them to Alan Goldberg, Associate Chair, Professor, Department of Environmental Health and Engineering.
Please click here to go to the resources page.
COVID-19 Question & Answers for Occupational Health Professionals
A comprehensive list of questions and answers and links to proper guidance about the COVID-19 pandemic. Compiled by the Johns Hopkins Education and Research Center.
Hospital-Based Nursing Safety:
Click here to go to the conference page for more information and additional resources related to this topic.
This conference was held April 3 & 4, 2018 with the objective of taking current knowledge about safety culture and making it accessible to hospital-based nursing personnel and supervisors, so they can apply it to their own workplaces.
Nurses and nursing assistants know the importance of patient safety, but is their own safety a priority in their workplace? Hospital-based healthcare workers have a higher incidence of injury and illness than other workers in hazardous jobs. This training will provide resources, identify gaps and show nursing personnel how to bolster safety culture and leadership in their workplace, which in turn will positively impact patient safety.
NIOSH Web-Based Resources
Click here to download a brochure from NIOSH with a comprehensive list of web based resources for:
Blood Pressure Chart
Professional and Governmental Organizations
Updated Newsletter (from Fall 1996 to Present)
NIOSH Publication #90-120 (9/90)
Overview of Hearing Conservation- OSHA 3074 (1995)
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