Programs of the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health.
Ind Med Surg 1972 Aug; 41(8):7-9
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health is moving in many directions to comply with its mandate under the Occupational Safety and Health Act: research, training, industry wide studies and the recommending of standards to protect the safety and health of the worker. The tasks which have been set in motion during the first year of operation are: the production of criteria documents; list of toxic substances; national occupational hazard survey and hazard evaluation; human factors research; and survey of needed manpower.
NIOSH-Author; Legislation; Control-measures; Human-factors-engineering; Toxicity; Environmental-control; Accident-prevention; Safety-measures
IMS, Industrial Medicine and Surgery