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publication  2005149 Image Title 2005-149 NIOSH Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards 8" X 6" book
Pub ID 2005149
Program NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health)
Description The NIOSH Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards provides a concise source of general industrial hygiene information for workers, employers, and occupational health professionals. The Pocket Guide presents key information and data in abbreviated tabular form for 677 chemicals or substance groupings commonly found in the work environment (e.g., manganese compounds, tellurium compounds, inorganic tin compounds, etc.).
Language English
Material Type Guide
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publication  220059 Image Title 2010-114 Fast Facts: Protecting Yourself from Heat Stress 11"X4"Fact Card
Pub ID 220059
Program NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health)
Description Fact card. Heat stress, from exertion or hot environments, places workers at risk for illnesses such as heat stroke, heat exhaustion, or heat cramps.
Language English
Material Type Card
    Limit: 25
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publication  220902 Image Title 2010-114Sp Datos Breves de NIOSH: Protéjase del estrés por calor | Spanish 11"X4"Fact Card
Pub ID 220902
Program NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health)
Description Spanish fact card. El estrés por calor, originado por esfuerzos intensos o ambientes calientes, puede ser para los trabajadores un riesgo de enfermarse por golpe de calor, agotamiento por calor y calambres por calor.
Language Spanish
Material Type Card
    Limit: 50
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publication  220060 Image Title 2010-115 Fast Facts: Protecting Yourself from Cold Stress 11"X4" Fact Card
Pub ID 220060
Program NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health)
Description Fact card. Workers who are exposed to extreme cold or work in cold environments may be at risk of cold stress. Extremely cold or wet weather is a dangerous situation that can cause occupational illness and injuries such as hypothermia, frostbite, trench foot, and chilblains.
Language English
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    Limit: 25
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publication  221167 Image Title 2010-115Sp Datos Breves de NIOSH: Protéjase del estrés por frío | Spanish 11"X4" Fact Card
Pub ID 221167
Program NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health)
Description Spanish fact card. Los trabajadores que están expuestos al frío extremo o que trabajan en ambientes fríos, pueden correr riesgo de sufrir enfermedades causadas por el frío. Las temperaturas extremadamente frías o húmedas son peligrosas porque pueden causar enfermedades ocupacionales y lesiones como hipotermia, congelamiento, pie de trinchera y sabañones.
Language Spanish
Material Type Card
    Limit: 50
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publication  220061 Image Title 2010-116 Fast Facts: Protecting Yourself from Sun Exposure 11"X4" Fact Card
Pub ID 220061
Program NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health)
Description Fact card. Anyone working outdoors is exposed to the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays, even on cloudy days. UV rays are a part of sunlight that is an invisible form of radiation. There are three types of UV rays. UVA is believed to damage connective tissue and increase the risk for developing skin cancer. UVB penetrates less deeply into the skin, but can still cause some types of skin cancer. Natural UVC is absorbed by the atmosphere and does not pose a risk.
Language English
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    Limit: 25
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publication  220903 Image Title 2010-116Sp Datos Breves de NIOSH: Protéjase de la exposición al sol | Spanish 11" X 4" Fact Card
Pub ID 220903
Program NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health)
Description Spanish fact card. Toda persona que trabaje al aire libre está expuesta a los rayos ultravioletas del sol, incluso en días nublados. Los rayos ultravioletas (UV) son una parte de la radiación invisible de la luz solar. Existen tres tipos de rayos UV: Los rayos UVA que se cree que causan daños en los tejidos conjuntivos y aumentan el riesgo de contraer cáncer de piel.
Language Spanish
Material Type Card
    Limit: 50
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publication  220062 Image Title 2010-117 Fast Facts: Protecting Yourself from Stinging Insects / 11"X4" Fact Card
Pub ID 220062
Program NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health)
Description Fact card. Outdoor workers are at risk of being stung by flying insects (bees, wasps, and hornets) and fire ants. While most stings cause only mild discomfort, some may result in severe allergic reactions that require immediate medical care and may cause death.
Language English
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    Limit: 25
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publication  221168 Image Title 2010-117Sp Datos Breves de NIOSH: Protéjase de los insectos que pican | Spanish 11"X4" Fact Card
Pub ID 221168
Program NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health)
Description Spanish fact card. Las personas que trabajan al aire libre corren riesgo de sufrir picaduras de insectos voladores (abejas, avispas y avispones) y de hormigas rojas. Aunque la mayoría de las picaduras solo causan una molestia leve, algunas pueden provocar reacciones alérgicas graves que requieren de atención médica de urgencia y hasta pueden causar la muerte.
Language Spanish
Material Type Card
    Limit: 50
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publication  220063 Image Title 2010-118 Fast Facts: Protecting Yourself from Poisonous Plants / 11"X4" Fact Card
Pub ID 220063
Program NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health)
Description Fact card. Safety information card. Any person working outdoors is at risk of exposure to poisonous plants, such as poison ivy, poison oak, and poison sumac. When in contact with skin, the sap oil (urushiol) of these plants can cause an allergic reaction. Burning these poisonous plants produces smoke that, when inhaled, can cause lung irritation.
Language English
Material Type Card
    Limit: 25
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publication  220904 Image Title 2010-118Sp Datos breves de NIOSH: Protéjase de las plantas venenosas | Spanish 11"X4" Fact Card
Pub ID 220904
Program NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health)
Description Spanish fact card. Todas las personas que realizan trabajos al aire libre enfrentan riesgo de exposición a plantas venenosas como hiedras, robles y zumaques venenosos. Al entrar en contacto con la piel, la resina de estas plantas (urushiol) puede causar una reacción alérgica. La quema de estas plantas venenosas produce humo, que si se respira, puede irritar los pulmones.
Language Spanish
Material Type Card
    Limit: 50
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publication  220064 Image Title 2010-119 Fast Facts: Protecting Yourself from Ticks and Mosquitoes 11"X4" Fact Card
Pub ID 220064
Program NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health)
Description Fact card. Outdoor workers may be exposed to vector-borne diseases spread from the bites of infected ticks and mosquitoes. Ticks and mosquitoes may carry bacteria, parasites or viruses. One of the most common tick-borne diseases in the U.S. is Lyme disease. Ticks are found in wooded areas, high grass, or leaf litter. They are most active during the spring, summer and fall, but in warmer areas may be active all year round.
Language English
Material Type Card
    Limit: 25
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publication  221169 Image Title 2010-119Sp Datos breves de NIOSH: Protéjase de los mosquitos y las garrapatas | Spanish 11"X4" Fact Card
Pub ID 221169
Program NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health)
Description Spanish fact sheet. Las personas que trabajan al aire libre están expuestas a enfermedades transmitidas por vectores que se propagan a través de picaduras de garrapatas y mosquitos infectados. Los mosquitos y las garrapatas pueden ser portadores de bacterias, parásitos o virus.
Language Spanish
Material Type Fact Sheet
    Limit: 50
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publication  221184 Image Title 2012-116 Spirometry Quality Assurance: Common Errors and Their Impact on Test Results / 5" X 7" booklet
Pub ID 221184
Program NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health)
Description 5x7 Spiral bound book. Spirometry is the most common pulmonary function test (PFT) and it plays a central role in occupational respiratory disease surveillance programs. Accurate spirometry testing, interpretation, and follow-up are critical to effective screening and surveillance of workers exposed to respiratory hazards and to the management of patients in the clinical setting. Spirometry quality assurance includes examination of test values and evaluation of both the volume-time and flow-volume curves.
Language English
Material Type Book
    Limit: 25
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publication  300551 Image Title 2012-168d Move It! Rig Move Safety for Truckers - DVD in a case 7 1/2" X 5 1/2"
Pub ID 300551
Program NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health)
Description This video covers rig move safety for truckers in the oil and gas fields. it helps make sense of the organized chaos that accompanies a rig move and highlights some easy ways to lower the risk of being injured or killed when moving to a new location.
Language English
Material Type CD/DVD
    Limit: 10
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publication  222355 Image Title 2016-106 Criteria for a Recommended Standard- Occupational Exposure to Heat and Hot Environments / 8 1/2" X 11" book
Pub ID 222355
Program NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health)
Description This document was last updated in 1986, and in recent years, including during the Deepwater Horizon oil spill response of 2010, questions were raised regarding the need for revision to reflect recent research and findings. In addition, there is evidence that heat stress is an increasing problem for many workers, particularly those located in densely populated areas closer to the equator where temperatures are expected to rise in relation to the changing climate [Lucas et al. 2014]. This revision includes additional information about the physiological changes that result from heat stress; updated information from relevant studies, such as those on caffeine use; evidence to redefine heat stroke and associated symptoms; and updated information on physiological monitoring and personal protective equipment and clothing that can be used to control heat stress.
Language English
Material Type Report
    Limit: 25
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