PREVENTION THROUGH DESIGN
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Outputs: Topic Pages
NIOSH topic pages provide access to a broad range of web-based information on an occupational safety and health subject. Typically, topic pages contain introductory material and links to NIOSH publications and other resources related to the subject matter.
Topics related to the Prevention through Design Program
- Prevention through Design
- NORA Construction Sector Strategic Goals
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Safety and Chemical Engineering Education (SAChE) Program
This program provides teaching materials and programs to bring elements of process safety into the education of undergraduate and graduate students studying chemical and biochemical products and processes.
Design for Construction Safety
This site provides information on design as a critical aspect of construction safety, including resources and information on the OSHA Alliance Program Construction Roundtable.
Minerva Safety Management Education
Minerva is a not for profit corporation dedicated to improving business effectiveness through Safety Management Education.
Safety in Design
This UK organization provides benchmarked standards for knowledge and competence for designers.
Design Best Practice
This UK organization provides information and resources to assist people in complying with UK construction design management regulations. It includes case studies.
Australian Safety and Compensation Council
The Australian Government’s Safe Design Initiative. Safe Design is a process of hazard identification and risk assessment to eliminate or minimize risk of injury through out the life of the product.
IRSST: Machine Safety Prevention of Mechanical Hazards
The Institut de recherche Robert-Sauvé en santé et en sécurité du travail (IRSST) is a scientific research organization in Quebec, Canada. This guide describes methods for eliminating hazards at the source and ways to minimize risks by using fixed guards.
- Page last reviewed: December 19, 2012 (archived document)
- Content source:
- National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Education and Information Division