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Potential Public Health Impacts of Natural Gas Development and Production in the Marcellus Shale in Western Maryland

The Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene contracted with the University of Maryland School of Public Health, Institute for Applied Environmental Health (MIAEH) to study the potential public health impacts of natural gas development and production in the Marcellus Shale in Western Maryland. This project is part of the Governor 's Marcellus Shale Safe Drilling Initiative and was funded by the State. More »
Maryland — Technical Report — 8/18/2014 — 2 Views

A Comparison of Health and Safety Concerns of Hispanic and Non-Hispanic White, Union and Non-Union Warehouse Workers

Summary of a pilot project to better undrestand the health and safety issues that contribute to disparities in morbidity and mortality between Hispanic and non-Hispanic white warehouse workers, as well as union and non-union warehouse workers.
Florida — Technical Report — 8/14/2014 — 1 Views

A Comparison of Health and Safety Concerns of Union and Non-Union Construction Workers

Summary of a pilot project to better undrestand the health and safety issues that contribute to disparities in morbidity and mortality between union and non-union construction workers.
Florida — Technical Report — 8/14/2014 — 1 Views

A Comparison of Health and Safety Concerns of Hispanic and Non-Hispanic White Construction Workers

Summary of a pilot project to better undrestand the health and safety issues that contribute to disparities in morbidity and mortality between Hispanic and non-Hispanic white warehouse workers, as well construction workers.
Florida — Technical Report — 8/14/2014 — 1 Views

Young Workers in Florida

A report on young workers in Florida ages 16 to 24.
Florida — Technical Report — 8/14/2014 — 1 Views

Pesticide Handler Run Over by Tractor

On October 15, 2013, a 34-year-old agricultural pesticide handler died when he was run over by a tractor.
Washington — Technical Report — 6/3/2014 — 1 Views

Washington State Occupational Health Indicators - Current Data (2006-ongoing)

There are over 3 million workers in Washington State. Every year tens of thousands are injured or made ill on the job. These work‐related injuries and illnesses have high human and economic costs, but can be prevented. Tracking these injuries and illnesses is the first step to understanding whether prevention methods are succeeding or need to be improved.
Washington — Technical Report — 6/1/2014 — 2 Views

Health Behaviors of New Hampshire Healthcare Workers NH BRFSS

Report highlighting health behaviors of healthcare workers compared to other workers in other industries as reported through the occupation/industry variables in the BRFSS.
New Hampshire — Technical Report — 5/1/2014 — 1 Views

Heat Related Burn Injuries in Restaurant Industry workers in Washington State, 2006-2012

Information about heat related burns in restaurant workers.
Washington — Technical Report — 4/11/2014 — 1 Views

Occupation and Health in New Mexico

New Mexico Epidemiology Report (March 7, 2014, Vol. 2014, Number 2). NMDOH began collecting the current occupation and industry of respondents to the NM BRFSS in 2011 through state-added questions. This report describes selected findings from the first year's data.
New Mexico — Technical Report — 3/7/2014 — 29 Views

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