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NIOSH Health Hazard Evaluations

Author(s) Affiliation Year Citation/Link Title
  • Bailey-R
  • Park-J-H
  • Saito-R
  • Kreiss-K
  • Cox-Ganser-J
NIOSH 2011   NIOSH, 2011; 1-312   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Health hazard evaluation report: HETA-2009-0172-3124, evaluation of dampness-associated respiratory symptoms with relocation of staff during remediation of an elementary school, North Carolina
  • Burton-NC
  • Gibbins-J
NIOSH 2011   NIOSH, 2011; 1-20   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Health hazard evaluation report: HETA-2008-0151-3134, assessment of mold and indoor environmental quality in a middle school - Texas
  • Page-E
  • Burton-N
  • Kawamoto-M
  • Niemeier-RT
NIOSH 2011   NIOSH, 2011; 1-43   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Health hazard evaluation report: HETA-2010-0045-3129, evaluation of health concerns in a public middle school - Virginia
  • Thomas-G
  • Clark Burton-N
  • Mueller-C
  • Page-E
NIOSH 2010   NIOSH, 2010; 1-43   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Health hazard evaluation report: HETA-2005-0135-3116, comparison of mold exposures, work-related symptoms, and visual contrast sensitivity between employees at a severely water-damaged school and employees at a school without significant water damage, Alcee Fortier Senior High School, New Orleans
  • Achutan-C
  • West-C
  • Mueller-C
  • Boudreau-Y
  • Mead-K
NIOSH 2009   NIOSH 2009: 1-39   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Health hazard evaluation report: HETA-2005-0076; 2005-0201-3080, environmental and biological assessment of environmental tobacco smoke exposure among casino dealers, Bally’s, Paris, and Caesars Palace Casinos, Las Vegas, Nevada
  • Chen-L
  • Tapp-L
NIOSH 2009   NIOSH 2009: 1-23   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Health hazard evaluation report: HETA-2007-0167-3078, evaluation of exposures in sculpture studios at a college art department, Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, New York
  • Fent-KW
  • Page-E
NIOSH 2009   NIOSH 2009 May: 1-33   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Health hazard evaluation report: HETA-2008-0286-3084, evaluation of cancer and magnetic fields in an office, County of Guilford, Information Services Department, Greensboro, North Carolina
  • Gaughan-DM
  • Boylstein-R
  • Iossifova-YY
  • Piacitelli-C
  • Bailey-R
  • Day-G
NIOSH 2009   NIOSH 2009; 1-82   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Health hazard evaluation report: HETA-2008-0125, 0126, 0127-3093, respiratory symptoms in workers at three commercial kitchens, Aramark, New York, New York
  • Martinez-K
  • Trout-D
  • Wallingford-K
  • Achutan-C
  • Singal-M
NIOSH 2009   NIOSH 2009; 1-25   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Health hazard evaluation report: HETA-1999-0014-3094, evaluation of mold contamination in a hotel before and after remediation, Springdale Best Western Hotel, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • Page-E
  • Burr-G
  • Brueck-S
NIOSH 2009   NIOSH 2009: 1-19   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Health hazard evaluation report: HETA-2008-0166-3079, evaluation of cancer among occupants of two office buildings, NASA Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, Ohio
  • Chen-L
  • Dang-B
  • Mueller-C
  • Dunn-KH
  • Almaguer-D
  • Ernst-JL
  • Otto III-CS
NIOSH 2008   NIOSH 2008; :1-5   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Health hazard evaluation report: HETA-2007-0163-3062, investigation of employee symptoms at an indoor waterpark, Great Wolf Lodge, Mason, Ohio
  • Tapp-L
  • Sussell-A
NIOSH 2008   NIOSH 2008: 1-15   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Health hazard evaluation report: HETA-2007-0055-3073, evaluation of employee exposures in a bus maintenance shop, Huntington Coach Corporation, Huntington Station, New York

Fatality Assessment and Control Evaluation (FACE) Program Reports

Author(s) Affiliation Year Citation/Link Title
Anonymous KY FACE Program 2011   NIOSH FACE 10KY006, 2011; 1-9 Municipal solid waste collector dies after falling from solid waste vehicle hopper area - Kentucky
  • Lutz-V
  • Yorgason-A
NIOSH 2011   NIOSH FACE 2010-01, 2011; 1-12 Solid waste compost facility worker dies, body is recovered in digester tube - Tennessee
Anonymous KY FACE Program 2009   NIOSH FACE 08KY074, 2009; 1-6 Solid waste driver dies after single vehicle rollover
Anonymous IA FACE Program 2007   NIOSH 2007; 1-5 Handyman Plumber Asphyxiated in Entry into Water Service Manhole Vault
Anonymous MI FACE Program 2007   NIOSH 2007; 1-10 29-Year Old Male Hispanic Landscape Laborer Dies When Nine Foot Deep Trench Collapses
Anonymous MI FACE Program 2007   NIOSH FACE, Michigan Case Report: 05MI060 Golf Course Worker Dies After Being Pinned Under an Overturned Tee Box Mower
Casini-V NIOSH 2006   NIOSH 2006; 1-11 Fifteen-Year-Old Hispanic Youth Dies After Entering the Hopper of a Bark Blower – Maryland
  • Chesky-JF
  • Higgins-DN
NIOSH 2005   NIOSH 2005; 1-10 Hispanic Youth Dies in Densifier at a Plastics Recycling Plant – Tennessee
Higgins-DN NIOSH 2005   NIOSH 2005; 1-8 Hispanic Worker Dies After Falling From a Pile of Construction Debris in the Bed of a Trash-Style Body Truck to a Paved Driveway Below - North Carolina
  • Struttmann-T
  • Koedam-RE
NIOSH 2005   NIOSH 2005; 1-6 Hispanic Laborer Electrocuted After Boom Truck Contacts Overhead Power Line - North Carolina
Anonymous NY FACE Program 2003   NIOSH 2003; 1-7 City Engineer Killed in Landfill Manhole When Retrieving Flow Meter
  • Werntz-C
  • Casini-V
  • Mardis-A
NIOSH 2002   NIOSH 2002; 1-5 Fourteen-Year-Old Rental Equipment Worker Dies from Asphyxiation After Becoming Entangled in an Electric Chain Hoist – Colorado
Anonymous WI FACE Program 2001   NIOSH 2001; 1-4 Youth Camp Counselor Dies of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
Higgins-DN NIOSH 2001   NIOSH 2001; 1-12 State Department of Transportation Highway Maintenance Worker Dies After Being Struck by a Car While Installing Reflectors on a Guardrail
Higgins-DN NIOSH 2000   NIOSH 2000; 1-7 17-year-old Lifeguard Dies After Falling Into a Nearly Empty Swimming Pool
Higgins-DN NIOSH 2000   NIOSH 2000; 1-7 Sixteen-Year-Old Mechanic's Assistant Died After Being Run Over By the Rear Wheels of a Tub Grinder – Connecticut

Literature Citations for Services Sector Research

Automotive Repair and Maintenance

Author(s) Affiliation Year Citation/Link Title
NIOSH and NORA Services Sector Council NIOSH 2012   NIOSH Pub No 2012-114 Automotive Repair and Maintenance Services - Advancing priorities through research and partnerships – a NORA Fact Sheet
  • Bejan-A
  • Brosseau-LM
  • Parker-DL
Park Nicollet Institute, Minneapolis, MN
School of Public Health, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN
2011   J Occup Environ Hyg 2011 Jul; 8(7):401-408   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Exposure assessment in auto collision repair shops
  • Ceballos-DM
  • Yost-MG
  • Whittaker-SG
  • Reeb-Whitaker-C
  • Camp-J
  • Russell Dills-R
University of Washington, Seattle, WA;
Washington State Department of Labor and Industries, Olympia, WA;
Public Health- Seattle & King County, Seattle, WA
2011   Ann Occup Hyg 2011 Mar; 55(2):214-227   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Development of a permeation panel to test dermal protective clothing against sprayed coatings
  • Whittaker-SG
  • Reeb-Whitaker-C
Public Health–Seattle & King County, Seattle, WA;
Washington State Department of Labor & Industries, Olympia, WA
2009   J Occup Environ Hyg 2009 May; 6(5):273-282   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Characterizing the health and safety needs of the collision repair industry
Finkelstein-MM Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto, Ontario, Canada 2008   Ann Occup Hyg 2008;52:455-461 Asbestos fibre concentrations in the lungs of brake workers: another look.
  • Enander-RT
  • Cohen-HJ
  • Cute-DM
  • Brown-LC
  • Anne Marie C. Desmaris-AMC
  • Missaghian-R
Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management, Providence, RI;
University of New Haven, West Haven, CT;
Tufts University, Medford, MA;
University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI
2004   J Occup Environ Hyg 2004;1: 119-125  (PubMed abstract) Lead and methylene chloride exposures among automotive repair technicians
  • Nunez-CM
  • Klitzman-S
  • Goodman-A
New York City Department of Health, New York, NY 1993   Am J Ind Med 1993;23: 763-777 Lead exposure among automobile radiator repair workers and their children in New York City

Building Services

Author(s) Affiliation Year Citation/Link Title
  • Pegula-S
  • Utterback-DF
Bureau of Labor Statistics, Department of Labor, Washington, DC;
NIOSH
2011   MMWR 2011 May; 60(17):542-546 Fatal injuries among grounds maintenance workers - United States, 2003-2008
  • Charles-LE
  • Loomis-D
  • Demissie-Z
NIOSH
University of Nevada, Reno, NE
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC
2009   Work. 2009; 34(1):105-16   (NIOSHTIC entry) Occupational hazards experienced by cleaning workers and janitors: A review of the epidemiologic literature
Anonymous NIOSH 2008   NIOSH 2008-144, 2008; 1-4 Fatal injuries among landscape services workers
  • Arif-AA
  • Hughes-PC
  • Delclos-GL
University of North Carolina Charlotte, Charlotte, NC
Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX
The University of Texas School of Public Health at Houston, Houston, TX
2008   Occup med 2008; 58:458-463   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Occupational exposures among domestic and industrial professional cleaners
  • Buckley-JP
  • Sestito-JP
  • Hunting KL
The George Washington University, Washington, DC
NIOSH
2008   Am J Ind Med 2008; 51: 701-713   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Fatalities in the landscape and horticultural services industry, 1992-2001

Education and Schools

Author(s) Affiliation Year Citation/Link Title
  • Sauni-R
  • Uitti-J
  • Jauhiainen-M
  • Kreiss-K
  • Sigsgaard-T
  • Verbeek-JH
Finnish Institute of Occupational Health
NIOSH
Aarhus University, Denmark
2011   Cochrane Database Syst Rev 2011; 9: CD007897   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Remediating buildings damaged by dampness and mould for preventing or reducing respiratory tract symptoms, infections and asthma
  • Tak-S
  • Groenewold-M
  • Alterman-T
  • Park-RM
  • Calvert-GM
NIOSH 2011   J Sch Health 2011; 81(9): 560-565   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Excess risk of head and chest colds among teachers and other school workers
NIOSH and NORA Services Sector Council NIOSH 2010   NIOSH Pub No 2010-120 Safety and Health in Education and Schools - Advancing priorities through research and partnerships – a NORA Fact Sheet
  • Feda-DM
  • Gerberich-SG
  • Ryan-AD
  • Nachreiner-NM
  • McGovern-PM
University at Buffalo
University of Minnesota
2010   J Public Health Policy 2010; 31(4): 461-477   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Written violence policies and risk of physical assault against Minnesota educators.
  • Sage-SK
  • Gerberich-SG
  • Ryan-AD
  • Nachreiner-NM
  • Church-TR
  • Alexander-BH
  • Mongin-SJ
University of Minnesota 2010   Accident Analy Prev 2010: 42: 1-9   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) School resources, resource allocation, and risk of physical assault against Minnesota educators
  • Sahakian-NM
  • White-SK
  • Park-JH
  • Cox-Ganser-JM
  • Kreiss-K
NIOSH 2008   J Sch Health 2008; 78: 32-37 (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Identification of mold and dampness-associated respiratory morbidity in 2 schools: comparison of questionnaire survey responses to national data
  • Levin-PF
  • Martinez-MQ
  • Walcott-McQuigg-J
  • Chen-SP
  • Amman-M
  • Guenette-C
Rush University, Chicago
Marin General Hospital, Greenbrae, CA
Reconciliation, Inc., West Lafayette, IN
St. Xavier University, Chicago, IL
Occupational Health Systems, Winter Park, CO
University of Chicago Hospital and Clinics, Chicago, IL
2006   AAOHN J 2006; 54: 210-216  (PubMed abstract) Injuries associated with teacher assaults: magnitude, nature, cost, and outcome
Alexander-DL American Federation of Teachers, Washington, DC 2001   Occup Med (Phila., PA) 2001; 16: 65-78  (PubMed abstract) School employees: the forgotten municipal workers

Hotels and Motels

Author(s) Affiliation Year Citation/Link Title
NIOSH and NORA Services Sector Council NIOSH 2012   NIOSH Pub No 2012-151   (  Spanish  ) Safety and Health Among Hotel Cleaners – a NORA Fact Sheet
  • Buchanan-S
  • Vossenas-P
  • Krause-N
  • Moriarty-J
  • Frumin-E
  • Shimek-JA
  • Mirer-F
  • Orris-P
  • Punnett-L
University of Illinois at Chicago
UNITEHERE
University of California San Francisco
Workers United/SEIU
Hunter College of the City University of New York
University of Massachusetts Lowell
2010   Am J Ind Med 2010; 53:116-125 Occupational injury disparities in the US hotel industry

Public Administration

Author(s) Affiliation Year Citation/Link Title
  • Tice-CJ
  • Cummings-KR
  • Gelberg-KH
NY State Dept. Health 2010   J Asthma 2010; 47(3):310-316   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Surveillance of work-related asthma in New York state
  • Dembe-A
  • Delbos-R
  • Erickson-JB
Ohio State University 2008   J Occup Environ Med 2008; 50: 1185-1194  (PubMed abstract) The effect of occupation and industry on the injury risks from demanding work schedules

Recreation and Entertainment

Author(s) Affiliation Year Citation/Link Title
  • Achutan-C
  • West-C
  • Mueller-C
  • Bernert-JT
  • Bernard-B
University of Nebraska Medical Center
NIOSH
2011   J Occup Environ Med 2011; 53(4):346-351   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Environmental tobacco smoke exposure among casino dealers
  • Mehler-L
  • Beckman-J
  • Badakhsh-R
  • Diebolt-Brown-B
  • Schwartz-A
  • Higgins-S
  • Gergely-R
  • Calvert-GM
  • Hudson-NL
California Dept. of Pesticide Regulation
California Dept. of Public Health
Louisiana Dept. of Health and Hospitals
Texas Dept. of State Health Services
Michigan Dept. of Community Health
North Carolina Dept. of Health and Human Services
Iowa Dept. of Public Health
NIOSH
2011   MMWR 2011; 60(39): 1343-1347   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Acute illness and injury from swimming pool disinfectants and other chemicals - United States, 2002-2008
  • Kardous-CA
  • Morata TC
NIOSH 2010   Noise Control Eng J. 2010; 58(1): 54-61   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Occupational and recreational noise exposures at stock car racing circuits: An exploratory survey of three professional race tracks
  • Hendricks-KJ
  • Downes-A
  • Gibbins-J
  • Casini-V
  • Page-E
  2009   NIOSH 2009-128; 1-20 An overview of safety and health for workers in the horse-racing industry

Restaurants and Food Services

Author(s) Affiliation Year Citation/Link Title
NIOSH and NORA Services Sector Council NIOSH 2012   NIOSH Pub No 2012-105   (  Spanish  ) Restaurant and Food Services: Advancing priorities through research and partnerships – a NORA Fact Sheet
  • Gaydos-M
  • Bhatia-R
  • Morales-A
  • Lee-PT
  • Liu-SS
  • Chang-C
  • Salvatore-AL
  • Krause-N
  • Minkler-M
San Francisco Department of Public Healt
University of California, Berkeley
Chinese Progressive Association
University of California, San Francisco
2011   Public Health Rep 2011 126(Suppl 3): 62-69 Promoting health and safety in San Francisco's Chinatown restaurants: Findings and lessons learned from a pilot observational checklist
Tsai-JH University of Washington 2009   Arch Environ Occup Health 2009; 64(2): 107-114   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Chinese immigrant restaurant workers' injury and illness experiences
Papadopoulos-K University of California, San Francisco 2009 AAOHN J 2009; 57: 263-266 Preventing burns in restaurants
  • Stanbury-M
  • Chester-D
  • Hanna-EA
  • Rosenman-KD
Michigan Department of Community Health
Michigan State University
2008   Am J Ind Med 2008; 51(2): 111-116   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) How many deaths will it take? A death from asthma associated with work-related environmental tobacco smoke
  • Tsai-JH
  • Salazar-MK
University of Washington 2007   Fam Community Health 2007; 30: S71-S79   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Occupational hazards and risks faced by Chinese immigrant restaurant workers

Temporary Labor Industry

Author(s) Affiliation Year Citation/Link Title
  • Baron-S
  • Cone-J
  • Markowitz-SB
  • Souza-K
NIOSH
New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
Queens College, Queens, NY
2010   Am J Ind Med 2010; 53(2): 81-215   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Special issue: occupational health disparities
  • Smith-CK
  • Silverstein-BA
  • Bonauto-DK
  • Adams-D
  • Fan-ZJ
Washington State Dept of Labor and Industries 2010   Am J Ind Med. 2010; 53(2): 135-45 Temporary workers in Washington state

Waste Collection and Disposal

Author(s) Affiliation Year Citation/Link Title
NIOSH NIOSH 2012   NIOSH Pub No 2012-140 NIOSH Fact Sheet: Solid Waste Industry
Utterback-DF NIOSH 2011   Waste Advant Mag 2011; 2(9): 26,28   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Solid waste industry reduces fatalities and injuries

Recent Scientific Publications by NIOSH and Other Organizations by Priority Topic

Musculoskeletal Disorders

Author(s) Affiliation Year Citation/Link Title
  • Bonauto-DK
  • Smith-CK
  • Adams-DA
  • Fan-ZJ
  • Silverstein-BA
  • Foley MP
Washington State Dept of Labor and Industries 2010   Am J Ind Med. 2010; 53(2): 204-15 Language preference and non-traumatic low back disorders in Washington State workers' compensation
  • Morse-TF
  • Warren-N
  • Dillon-C
  • Diva U
University of Connecticut Health Center 2007   Conn Med 2007; 71: 261-268  (PubMed abstract) A population based survey of ergonomic risk factors in Connecticut: distribution by industry, occupation, and demographics

Surveillance

Author(s) Affiliation Year Citation/Link Title
  • Utterback-DF
  • Charles-LE
  • Schnorr-TM
  • Tiesman-HM
  • Storey-E
  • Vossenas-P
NIOSH
Unite Here
2012   J Occup Environ Med 2012 54[1]: 31-41   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Occupational Injuries, Illnesses, and Fatalities among Workers in the Services Sector Industries: 2003-2007
Division of Respiratory Disease Studies NIOSH 2008   NIOSH 2008-143; 2:1-189 Work-related lung disease surveillance report 2007. Volume 2. Respiratory conditions by NORA industrial sector
  • Anderson-NJ
  • Bonauto-DK
  • Adams-D
Washington State Dept of Labor and Industries 2010   Am J Ind Med 2010; 53(7): 693-705 Work-related amputations in Washington State, 1997-2005
  • Wolfe-D
  • Fairchild-AL
Open Society Institute, New York 2010   JAMA 2010; 303: 981-982 The need for improved surveillance of occupational disease and injury
 
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