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  • Fire Fighter Fatality/Injury Reports and Other Related Publications. (Updated Annually) (1-800-CDC-INFO (1-800-232-4636))
Pub. No. Publication Title NTIS No.
2014-120 Preventing Deaths and Injuries to Fire Fighters by Establishing Collapse Zones at Structure Fires (April 2014)
HETA 2010-0156-3196 NIOSH Health Hazard Evaluation Report HETA 2010-0156-3196 (December 2013)
HETA 2012-0028-3190 NIOSH Health Hazard Evaluation Report HETA 2012-0028-3190 (July 2013)
2012-169 The NIOSH Fire Fighter Fatality Investigation and Prevention Program (supersedes 2007-154)
2011-125 Preventing Deaths and Injuries of Fire Fighters Operating Modified Excess/Surplus Vehicles
HETA 2008-0241-3113 NIOSH Health Hazard Evaluation Report HETA 2008-0241-3113 - Evaluation of Chemical and Particle Exposures During Vehicle Fire Suppression Training (2010) [PDF - 4.85 MB]
2010-153 NIOSH Alert: Preventing Deaths and Injuries of Fire Fighters using Risk Management Principles at Structure Fires
2010-139 Preventing Exposures to Bloodborne Pathogens among Paramedics
2009-114
en español
Preventing Deaths and Injuries of Fire Fighters Working Above Fire-Damaged Floors   
2009-100

Fire Fighter Fatality Investigation and Prevention Program: Leading Recommendations for Preventing Fire Fighter Fatalities, 1998–2005

 
RTI
International/
NIOSH

Fire Fighter Fatality Investigation and Prevention Program Evaluation

 
2007-154

The NIOSH Fire Fighter Fatality Investigation and Prevention Program (superseded by 2012-169)

 
2007-133
en español
NIOSH Alert: Preventing Fire Fighter Fatalities Due to Heart Attacks and Other Sudden Cardiovascular Events
 
FDA AND NIOSH Public Health Notification: Oxygen Regulator Fires Resulting from Incorrect Use of CGA 870 Seals  
2005-132
en español
NIOSH Alert: Preventing Injuries and Deaths of Fire Fighters due to Truss System Failures
 
2005-102
en español
NIOSH Workplace Solutions—Preventing Deaths and Injuries to Fire Fighters during Live-Fire Training in Acquired Structures (2005)
 
2004-152
en español
NIOSH Workplace Solutions—Divers Beware: Training Dives Present Serious Hazards to Fire Fighters (2004)
 
2004-144 Protecting Emergency Responders, Volume 3: Safety Management in Disaster and Terrorism Response (2004)
 
2004-115 A Summary of Health Hazard Evaluations: Issues Related to Occupational Exposure to Fire Fighters, 1990 to 2001
 
2003-121
en español
Your Safety 1st - Railroad Crossing
Safety for Emergency Responders (June 2003)

 
2002-112
en español

NIOSH Hazard ID 15: Fire Fighters Exposed to Electrical Hazards During Wildland Fire Operations (2002)

 
2002-111
en español
NIOSH Hazard ID 14: Fire Fighter Deaths From Tanker Truck Rollovers (2001)
 
2001-143
en español
NIOSH Hazard ID: Traffic Hazards to Fire Fighters While Working Along Roadways (2001)
 
HETA Report # 2001-0043-2844
NIOSH Health Hazard Evaluation Report HETA 2001-0043-2844 (2001) [PDF - 1823 KB]  
99-146
en español
NIOSH Alert: Preventing Injuries and Deaths of Fire Fighters due to Structural Collapse (1999)  
99-129
en español
NIOSH Hazard ID: Fire Fighting Hazards during Propane Tank Fires (1999)
 
  FDA And NIOSH Public Health Advisory:
Explosions and Fires in Aluminum Oxygen Regulators

 
98-142
en español
Preventing Worker Injuries and Deaths from Traffic-Related Motor Vehicle Crashes (1998) PB99-128-852
97-149 NIOSH Fact Sheet: Exploding Flashlights: Are they a serious threat to workers safety? (1997) PB98-106-073
HETA 94-0244-2431 NIOSH Health Hazard Evaluation Report HETA 94-0244-2431 (1994) [PDF - 327 KB]  
94-125
en español
NIOSH Alert: Preventing Injuries and Deaths of Fire Fighters (1994) PB95-174-876
HETA 1990-0205 NIOSH Health Hazard Evaluation Report HETA 94-0244-2431 (1994) [PDF - 991 KB]  
 
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