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Pub. No. Publication Title NTIS No.
2014-139 Recommended Practices: Protecting Temporary Workers  
2014-124 Preventing Falls from Heights through the Design of Embedded Safety Features PB2014-106316
2014-125 Preventing Worker Injuries and Deaths from Backing Construction Vehicles and Equipment at Roadway Construction Worksites PB2014-106317
2013-110
en español
OSHA/NIOSH Hazard Alert: Methylene Chloride Hazards for Bathtub Refinishers  
2012-140
en español
NIOSH Factsheet: Solid Waste Industry  
2011-208
en español
Preventing Worker Deaths from Trench Cave-ins (Supersedes 2011-180) PB2012-100-249
2011-193
NIOSH-funded Program Partners with Chiefs of Police to Reduce Traumatic Injuries Among New Jersey School Crossing Guards  
2011-181 NIOSH-funded Program Contributes to a New Massachusetts Law to Protect the Health and Safety of Floor Finishing Workers  
2011-180
en español (Superseded by 2011-208)
Preventing Worker Deaths from Trench Cave-ins (Superseded by 2011-208) PB2011-110-823
2011-128
en español
Preventing Injuries and Deaths From Skid-Steer Loaders (2010) (Supersedes 98-117) PB2011-103-914
2007-163 Injuries to Youth on Racial Minority Farm Operations, 2003 PB2008-105-065
2007-162 Injuries to Youth on Hispanic Farm Operations, 2003 PB2008-105-064
2007-161 Injuries to Youth on U.S. Farm Operations, 2004 PB2008-105-063
2007-155 Workplace Solutions: Preventing Worker Deaths and Injuries from Contacting Overhead Power Lines with Metal Ladders PB2008-100-199
2007-154 The NIOSH Fire Fighter Fatality Investigation and Prevention Program (This supersedes 2002-158)  
2007-136 NIOSH Youth@Work: Talking Safety Curriculum  
2007-125 NIOSH Bibliography of Communication and Research Products 2006  
2007-124 Preventing Worker Deaths and Injuries When Handling Micotil 300®  
2007-122 Simple Solutions: Ergonomics for Construction Workers PB2008-101-584
2006-149 Preventing Asthma And Death From MDI Exposure During Spray-On Truck Bed Liner And Related Applications PB2006-114-573
2006-142 Preventing Worker Injuries and Deaths from Mobile Crane Tip-Over, Boom Collapse, and Uncontrolled Hoisted Loads PB2007-100-214
2006-133D Trench Safety Awareness (This Supersedes 2005-133d And 2004-153c)  
2005-159 Roadway Crashes: Older Drivers In The Workplace Crash Prevention For Employers And Workers  
2005-152 Tell Me A Story: Why Stories Are Essential To Effective Safety Training PB2006-100-698
2005-149 NIOSH Pocket Guide To Chemical Hazards (NPG) PB2005-108-099
2005-147 Injury And Asthma Among Youth Less Than 20 Years Of Age On Minority Farm Operations In The United States, 2000, Volume I: Racial Minority National Data PB2005-110-020
2005-134 Working Together For Safety - A State Team Approach To Preventing Occupational Injuries In Young People PB2005-106-291
2005-107 Wearing Hearing Protection Properly PB2005-103-139
2005-101 Preventing Injuries When Working With Ride-On Roller/Compactors PB2005-101-467
2004-172 Injuries Among Youth On Farms, 2001  
2004-157 Injuries To Youth On Hispanic Farm Operations  
2004-156
en español
Preventing Falls of Workers through Skylights and Roof and Floor Openings PB2004-106-655
2004-117 Injuries To Youth On Minority Farm Operations  
2004-113 Safe Work For Youth In Construction - Information For Employers  
2004-107
en español
Preventing Injuries When Working With Hydraulic Excavators And Backhoe Loaders PB2004-101-401
2004-101 NIOSH Safety Checklist Program For Schools PB2004-500-139
2003-146 Fatality Assessment and Control Evaluation (FACE) Program PB 2003-106-834
2001-156
en español
Preventing Injuries and Deaths from Falls During Construction and Maintenance of Telecommunication Towers (2001)

 

2001-146
HID 13
en español
Hazards Associated with Using Farm Tractors to Move Large Bales: DHHS (NIOSH) Publication No. 2001-146 (August, 2001)
 
2001-128 Building Safer Highway Work Zones: Measures to Prevent Worker Injuries From Vehicles and Equipment  
2001-109 Preventing Injuries and Deaths of Workers Who Operate or Work Near Forklifts ( June, 2001)  
2000-116 Worker Deaths by Falls: A Summary of Surveillance Findings and Investigative Case Reports  
2000-115 Worker Deaths by Electrocution, CD-ROM
(order through NIOSH Publications Office)
99-145
HID 8
en español
Injury Associated with Working Near or Operating Wood Chippers: DHHS (NIOSH) Publication No. 99-145 (August, 1999)  
99-110 Preventing Worker Deaths from Uncontrolled Release of Electrical, Mechanical, and Other Types of Hazardous Energy (1999) PB 2000-100-210
98-146
en español
Ignition Hazard From Drilling Into Sealed Frames of Agricultural Equipment: DHHS (NIOSH) Publication No. 98-146 (July, 1998)  
98-142
en español
Preventing Worker Injuries and Deaths from Traffic-Related Motor Vehicle Crashes (1998) PB 99-128-852
98-131
Worker Deaths by Electrocution: A Summary of Surveillance Findings and Investigative Case Reports (May 1998) PB99-129-421
98-117
Preventing Injuries and Deaths From Skid-Steer Loaders (1998) (Superseded by 2011-128 en español) PB 99-128-860
97-110
en español
Preventing Worker Injuries and Deaths From Moving Refuse Collection Vehicles (1997) PB 97-189-567
95-125
en español
Preventing Deaths and Injuries of Adolescent Workers (1995) PB 95-260-956
95-108
en español
Preventing Electrocutions of Crane Operators and Crew Members Working Near Overhead Power Lines (1995) PB 95-241-162
95-101
en español
Preventing Injuries and Deaths of Loggers (1995) PB 95-189-765
94-107
en español
Preventing Drownings of Commercial Fishermen (1994) PB 94-194-255
94-105
en español
Preventing Scalping and Other Severe Injuries from Farm Machinery (1994) PB 94-218-245
94-103 Worker Deaths in Confined Spaces PB 94-186-202
93-109
en español
Preventing Homicide in the Workplace (1993) PB 94-134-038
93-105 Preventing Injuries and Deaths from Metal-Reinforced Hydraulic Hoses (1993) PB 93-236-149
92-108 Preventing Worker Injuries and Deaths Caused by Falls from Suspension Scaffolds (1992) PB 93-145-720
92-106
en español
Preventing Falls and Electrocutions During Tree Trimming (1992) PB 93-136-141
91-110 Preventing Electrocutions During Work with Scaffolds Near Overhead Power Lines (1991) PB 92-121-532
90-103 Preventing Deaths of Farm Workers in Manure Pits (1990) PB 90-242-033
90-100
en español
Preventing Worker Deaths and Injuries from Falls Through Skylights and Roof Openings (1989) PB 90-195-157
89-110
en español
Preventing Electrocutions of Workers Using Portable Metal Ladders Near Overhead Power Lines (1989) PB 90-129-255
88-104 Preventing Electrocutions by Undetected Feedback Electrical Energy Present in Power Lines (1987) PB 88-188-743
88-102 Preventing Entrapment and Suffocation Caused by the Unstable Surfaces of Stored Grain and Other Materials (1987) PB 88-188-735
87-103
en español
Preventing Fatalities of Workers Who Contact Electrical Energy (1986) PB 87-189-023
87-100
en español
Preventing Electrocutions Due to Damaged Receptacles and Connectors (1986) PB 87-202-792
86-119
en español
Preventing Grain Auger Electrocutions (1986) PB 87-105-659
86-118
en español
Preventing Fatalities Due to Fires and Explosions in Oxygen-limiting Silos (1986) PB 87-111-399
86-110
en español
Preventing Occupational Fatalities in Confined Spaces (1986) PB 86-205-754
85-111 Preventing Electrocutions from Contact Between Cranes and Power Lines (1985)
(superseded by 95-108 en español )
PB 86-121-407
85-110
en español
Preventing Deaths and Injuries from Excavation Cave-ins (1985) PB 86-121-415
85-104
en español
Preventing Electrocutions of Workers in Fast Food Restaurants (1984) PB 85-244-658
85-103
en español
Preventing the Injury of Workers by Robots (1984) PB 85-236-818 

 

 
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