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Occupational safety and health training grants 1973.
NIOSH 1973; :1-47
This report included descriptions of occupational safety and health training programs conducted under NIOSH training grants at universities in the United States. These universities included Auburn, Harvard, Kansas State, New York, North Carolina State, Ferris State, California State, Texas A and M, and West Virginia as well as the Universities of California, Cincinnati, Michigan, Minnesota, North Carolina, Pittsburgh, South Dakota, and the Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Programs included industrial engineering, occupational health, industrial hygiene, industrial mental health, safety management, bioenvironmental engineering, occupational medicine, safety engineering, occupational biomechanics, systems safety engineering, occupational health nursing, acoustic environmental control, industrial biostatistics, and accident prevention. Training grants in fiscal year 1973 were listed along with their distributions by regions and states.
Worker-health; Safety-practices; Education; Accident-prevention; Occupational-safety-programs; Occupational-health-programs; Industrial-hygiene
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Page last reviewed: September 2, 2020
Content source: National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Education and Information Division