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GLOBAL COLLABORATIONS

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Output: Topic Pages

NIOSH topic pages provide access to a broad range of web-based information on occupational safety and health topics. Typically, topic pages contain introductory material and links to NIOSH publications and other resources related to the subject matter. Topics that reflect the outputs of Global Collaborations include:

EU/NIOSH Global Web Site

Joint European Union - NIOSH Global Web Site
NIOSH and the Bilbao-based European Agency for Safety and Health at Work have launched a new joint Web site. The site follows the structure and presentation of the European Agency's Web site network and represents a significant contribution to the creation of a global portal to occupational safety and health information.

The common Web site provides the occupational safety and health community with improved access and sharing of the vast pool of European and American occupational safety and health expertise and research. The EU/NIOSH Web site also includes links to Australia, Canada and Japan.

NIOSH en Español Web site

NIOSH has developed an active NIOSH en Español Web site. Launched in 2001, the NIOSH en Español Web site consists mainly of Spanish-language versions of NIOSH documents and NIOSH-sponsored databases. The site also includes links to external sites with occupational safety information from other government agencies, universities, and international organizations that would be useful to Spanish-speaking workers and their employers. In 2006, the NIOSH Spanish-language pages had an average of 33,400 visitors per month.

 

 
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