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Worker Health Charts

Exposures

Exposures

This topic includes charts that visualize data from work-related exposures to harmful substances or environments.

Available Charts

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Acute Pesticide-Related Illnesses
SENSOR-Pesticides Database

Acute Pesticide-Related Illnesses charts are based on data from the NIOSH Sentinel Event Notification System for Occupation Risk (SENSOR) Pesticides program, a state-based surveillance program. These charts summarize cases of any acute adverse health effect resulting from exposure to a pesticide product while at work.

Elevated Blood Lead Levels
Adult Blood Lead Epidemiology & Surveillance (ABLES)

Elevated Blood Lead Levels charts are based on data from the NIOSH Adult Blood Lead Epidemiology Surveillance (ABLES) program, a state-based surveillance program of laboratory-reported adult blood lead levels (BLLs). These charts summarize cases of elevated BLLs (BLL=10 µg/dL and BLL=25 µg/dL) among employed adults (ages 16 years and up).

General Exposures(NHIS-OHS)
NHIS Occupational Health Supplement (NHIS-OHS), 2015

General Exposures charts are based on data from the 2015 NHIS Occupational Health Supplement (NHIS-OHS). The NHIS is an annual survey that collects data on a broad range of health topics through personal household interviews. Supplemental questions specific to occupational health were included in 2015. These charts include workers’ responses to questions related to the following general occupational exposures: Frequent Lifting, Pushing, Pulling, or Bending; Frequent Standing or Walking; Workplace secondhand smoke (among Non-smokers). For results by industry or occupation group, you can choose between unadjusted prevalence rates or prevalence adjusted for age, sex, and race.

Psychosocial Occupational Exposures(NHIS-OHS)
NHIS Occupational Health Supplement (NHIS-OHS), 2015

Psychosocial Occupational Exposures charts are based on data from the 2015 NHIS Occupational Health Supplement (NHIS-OHS). The NHIS is an annual survey that collects data on a broad range of health topics through personal household interviews. Supplemental questions specific to occupational health were included in 2015. These charts include workers’ responses to questions related to the following psychosocial occupational exposures: High Job Demands, Hostile Work Environment, Low Job Control, Low Supervisory Support, Poor Safety Climate, Work-Life Interference, Workplace Perceived as Unsafe, Worry about Losing Job.

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