The State-based Occupational Health Surveillance Clearinghouse is a collection of public health materials produced and shared by state programs*. The materials in the Clearinghouse concentrate on workplace safety and health issues.
The Clearinghouse offers a way for states to increase outreach and distribution of workplace safety and health products for free. It also allows access to unpublished materials produced by the states that address job-related public health issues.
Within the U.S., more than half of states regularly contribute materials. Any state agency or program can contribute to the Clearinghouse, though materials added must relate to occupational safety and health. Products vary, but generally include:
- Annual reports
- Case reports
- Journal articles
- Multi-media (posters, videos, presentations, audio files, etc.)
How to Add Materials
The process is quick and easy. Create your RSS (Real Simple Syndication) feed and upload the files into the Clearinghouse. Please see our Guide for Participating in the State-based Occupational Health Surveillance Clearinghouse for step-by-step instruction. As discussed in the guide, you can create your RSS Feed using the RSS Editor Application. If you have questions during this process, we are here to help. Please email us at StateDocs.NIOSH@cdc.gov
NOTE: California Department of Public Health’s Occupational Health Branch(OHB) is currently launching a new website. All the CA documents’ links are not accessible during this time. To find a publication during the transition, you can do a search at www.cdph.ca.gov/ohb. We will update those links as soon as they are available. Thank you for your patience!
*The materials provided in the Clearinghouse are provided solely as a service to our users. Mention of any company or product is for educational purposes only and does not constitute endorsement by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). These links or citations do not constitute endorsement of the sponsoring organizations, their programs, or their products by NIOSH, or CDC, and none should be inferred. NIOSH is not responsible for the content contained at these sites.