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2013 Health Hazard Evaluation Program Annual Report
This document is a pdf version of the 2013 Annual Report for the Health Hazard Evaluation Program.
If you would like to receive a paper copy of this document please send an email to with your name and mailing address.

NIOSH Publication No. 2014-135 and 2014-136:
NIOSH Health Hazard Evaluation Program – Informational Brochures
These booklets were designed to inform employees about the Health Hazard Evaluation process, including what a Health Hazard Evaluation is, how to and who can request one, and what happens once the request is made.

Health Hazard Evaluation Program: What Employers Should Know

Health Hazard Evaluation Program: What Employees Should Know

NIOSH Publication No. 2009-167:
Programa para la evaluación de riesgos para la salud
Este documento ofrece una visión general del Programa para la Evaluación de Riesgos para la Salud (HHE). Incluye los temas siguientes: qué es una HHE, quién puede pedir una HHE, qué ocurre durante una HHE, y cómo se reportan los resultados de una HHE

CDC/NIOSH Health Hazard Evaluation Program Occupational Medicine Rotation
This document outlines the goals and content of the occupational medicine rotation offered by the Health Hazard Evaluation (HHE) program. The HHE program is a Congressionally-mandated NIOSH program that investigates workplace hazards and potential work-related health effects. The rotation is typically completed by residents in occupational medicine training programs; therefore, the term "resident" is used throughout this description. The rotation is, however, also available as an elective to medical students and students in other health professions.

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