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SMALL BUSINESS ASSISTANCE AND OUTREACH

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Safety and Health Guide for Small Business
DHHS (NIOSH) Publication 2003-100 (March 1998)
This guide is intended to help small business owners, employers, and managers deal with occupational safety and health concerns. Others involved with the small business community may also benefit from using this resource. It contains telephone numbers, e-mail and Internet addresses, and mailing information that will connect small businesses to government agencies, private organizations, consultants, and others who can help with occupational safety and health issues.

Identifying High Risk Small Business Industries
DHHS (NIOSH) Publication No. 99-107 (May 1999)
NIOSH prepared this report to characterize the risk of occupational injury, illness, and fatality in industries composed mostly of small business establishments. Identifying these risks provides essential information to practitioners in occupational safety and health, the small business community (owners, managers, and employees), labor officials, trade associations, insurers, product suppliers, local and State agencies, and others involved with small business.

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Search NIOSHTIC-2, a bibliographic database of occupational safety and health publications, documents, grant reports, and journal articles supported in whole or in part by NIOSH. Many topics may be useful to small business concerns.

 

 
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