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publication  221651 Image Title 2014 SGR | Let’s Make the Next Generation Tobacco-Free Consumer Spanish Guide
Pub ID 221651
Program
Description This easy-to-read, illustrated Spanish booklet summarizes the Surgeon General’s Report released in January, 2014. The booklet discusses, in plain language, historical information on changes in smoking norms since the first Surgeon General’s Report was released in January 1964; new health findings on diseases and conditions caused or affected by smoking; and ways to reduce smoking and its resulting health and financial impact. It is designed to give concerned adults information to help them make choices that will improve their own health and the health of their children, their families, and their communities.
Language Spanish
Material Type Booklet
    Limit: 75
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publication  221656 Image Title 2014-105 RI9693 Impact on Respirable Dust Levels when Operating a Flooded-Bed Scrubber in 20-ft Cuts
Pub ID 221656
Program NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health)
Description Report. Underground coal mining companies that operate continuous miner sections often apply to the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) for approval to take extended cuts to depths of up to 40 ft as a means of improving productivity. Historically, MSHA has granted approval of this practice if the mine has successfully demonstrated the ability to control the roof, methane, and respirable dust while extracting these extended cuts. A key component for controlling dust generated by continuous miners in 40-ft cuts has been the utilization of flooded-bed scrubbers. These fan-powered scrubbers pull dust-laden air from the mining face and remove respirable dust particles by passing the collected air through a wetted filter panel. The filtered air is then discharged back into the mine atmosphere.
Language English
Material Type Report
    Limit: 25
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publication  221700 Image Title 2014-116 - RI9694 Investigation of Purging and Airlock Contamination of Mobile Refuge Alternatives
Pub ID 221700
Program NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health)
Description Report. The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) Office of Mine Safety and Health Research (OMSHR) has conducted research to evaluate the effectiveness of purging of mine refuge alternatives (RAs).
Language English
Material Type Report
    Limit: 50
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publication  221701 Image Title 2014-117 - RI9695 Investigation of Temperature Rise in Mobile Refuge Alternatives
Pub ID 221701
Program NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health)
Description Report. One of the initial and persistent concerns over the use of mobile refuge alternatives (RA) is the temperature rise inside the RA from the metabolic heat of the occupants and the heat released by the CO2 scrubbing system. Moreover, the humidity within the RA will increase as the occupants lose water through respiration and perspiration. The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) Office of Mine Safety and Health Research (OMSHR) in its 2007 report to Congress on refuge alternatives recommended that refuge alternatives be designed and deployed to ensure that a temperature-humidity metric known as apparent temperature not exceed 95°F [NIOSH 2007]. Subsequently the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) adopted this recommendation.
Language English
Material Type Report
    Limit: 50
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publication  221810 Image Title 2014-131 - Observation-Based Posture Assessment: Review of Current Practice and Recommendations for Improvement
Pub ID 221810
Program NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health)
Description This report describes an observational approach for assessing postural stress of the trunk and upper limbs that is intended to improve risk analysis for prevention of musculoskeletal disorders. The approach is supported by several recent research studies.
Language English
Material Type Report
    Limit: 25
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publication  222120 Image Title 2015 STD Treatment Guidelines MMWR
Pub ID 222120
Program STD - Treatment Guidelines
Description MMWR of CDC's 2015 STD Treatment Guidelines
Language English
Material Type Guide
    Limit: 1
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publication  222108 Image Title 2015 STD Treatment Guidelines Pocket Guide
Pub ID 222108
Program STD - Treatment Guidelines
Description A pocket guide summarizing treatment recommendations found in CDC's 2015 STD Treatment Guidelines.
Language English
Material Type Guide
    Limit: 5
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publication  222107 Image Title 2015 STD Treatment Guidelines Wall Chart
Pub ID 222107
Program STD - Treatment Guidelines
Description A wall chart summarizing treatment recommendations found in CDC's 2015 STD Treatment Guidelines. PLEASE NOTE: Some copies list incorrect treatment regimen for persistent/recurrent trichomoniasis. Correct regimen is metronidazole or tinidazole 2g orally for 7 days.
Language English
Material Type Poster
    Limit: 5
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publication  221872 Image Title 2015-107 RI9697 Shotcrete Design and Installation Compliance Testing: Early Strength, Load Capacity, Toughness, Adhesion Strength, and Applied Quality
Pub ID 221872
Program NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health)
Description The guidance and practices reported in this document will help safety auditors, mining companies, and shotcrete suppliers in improving their shotcrete product specifications and the performance of ground support systems, evaluating ground control plans, and assessing shotcrete quality control.
Language English
Material Type Report
    Limit: 10
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publication  222419 Image Title 2015-197 Best Practices: Engineering Controls, Work Practices, and Exposure Monitoring for Occupational Exposure Guide
Pub ID 222419
Program NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health)
Description Guide. Workers who handle diacetyl or work in areas where diacetyl exposure occurs are at risk of developing severe lung disease if their exposures are not properly controlled. The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) has developed guidance in a variety of areas to reduce workers’ exposures to diacetyl through engineering controls, best work practices, and techniques for monitoring airborne diacetyl exposures. Although these guidelines emphasize diacetyl, they can be applied to reduce exposures to diacetyl substitutes such as 2,3-pentanedione and other alpha-diketones.
Language English
Material Type Guide
    Limit: 25
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