Health and safety guide for manufacturers of toys, games, amusements, and recreational goods.
Cincinnati, OH: U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, Centers for Disease Control, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, DHEW (NIOSH) Publication No. 76-155, 1976 Jun; :1-92
Health and safety guide for manufacturers of toys, games, amusements, and recreational goods. Guidelines are provided for maintaining a safe and healthful workplace. Safety practices are described that help correct some of the more frequently encountered violations of the safety and health standards. Sections deal with health and safety program, employee training, occupational health and environmental control, air contaminants, power tools, hazards; frequently violated regulations regarding walking and working surfaces, standard guardrails, fixed stairs, portable ladders, fixed ladders, environmental control, solvents, resins, paints, lead, electroplating, wood dust, ventilation, occupational noise exposure, hazardous materials, spray painting, protective equipment, general environmental controls, medical and first aid, fire protection, handling of materials, storing, machine guarding, welding, cutting, and the National Electric Code; recordkeeping requirements, checklists and information sources.