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CDC Environment 10h
October is National Protect Your Hearing Month. Protect your hearing. Avoid loud noise and turn the volume down on your headphones. If you suspect you may have hearing loss, get your hearing checked.
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One of the best ways to prevent is to use quieter tools. During National Protect Your Hearing Month, learn more about quieter tools on the NIOSH Buy Quiet website.
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NIOSH 13h
When the time changes it creates a higher risk for injuries at work. Prevent accidents! Visit the for tips to staying safe when the time changes this weekend.
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It's ! If you work near lead dust, did you know you can ingest it if you don’t wash your hands well before eating, drinking, or smoking? Learn more about work-related lead exposure on our website.
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CDC Oct 23
Most poll workers and voters participating in a recent primary election took steps to prevent the spread of , according to a new study. Learn more: .
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NIOSH Oct 23
It is National Protect Your Hearing Month! Take the time to revisit our on some best practices to prevent hearing loss
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Total Worker Health Oct 23
"Total Worker Health in Action!" highlights stories and news relevant to advancing worker safety, health, and well-being. Find the latest issue here:
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NIOSH Oct 23
October is . Did you know chemicals can cause hearing loss? workers have higher levels of hearing loss than workers in most industries. Learn more about chemicals and hearing loss in construction on .
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NIOSH Oct 23
Home healthcare is one of the fastest growing industries. Home healthcare workers are a vital part of this industry and their work environment and occupational hazards are as diverse as the communities they enter to provide care. Read more on .
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NIOSH Motor Vehicle Oct 22
Subscribe to Behind the Wheel at Work for quarterly updates on work-related motor vehicle :
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NIOSH Oct 22
at work! Use the NIOSH Hierarchy of Controls to reduce workplace noise to below the NIOSH Recommended Exposure Level (REL) whenever possible. Use hearing protection when hazardous noise levels cannot be adequately reduced.
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NIOSH Oct 22
Assigning codes manually to occupation and industry descriptions from surveys and case reports is time-consuming. NIOSH automated this process to make it quick, easy, efficient, and accurate. Learn more on the .
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NIOSH Oct 21
NIOSH’s Worker Health Charts have been updated! The new version has great new features such as a keyword search, options to export the data, and more. Try it out today!
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NIOSH Oct 21
NIOSH continues to seek new ways to promote worker well-being research through programs and new initiatives. Recently published papers discuss how to design healthier jobs and improve worker well-being across industries. Read more on the .
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NIOSH Oct 20
NIOSH recently published a funding announcement for the State Occupational Safety and Health Surveillance Program. To apply, a Letter of Intent is due October 30, 2020, and the application deadline is December 16, 2020:
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NIOSH Oct 20
Using strategies can lower stress levels of workers, reducing turnover and increasing employee retention. Learn more:
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NIOSH Oct 19
Know your noise level! Download the Sound Level Meter app today. It’s free in the app store. It’s available in Spanish too!
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NIOSH Oct 19
Before assigning a worker to drive, ask: ➡️Is travel necessary? Consider whether work can be done by phone, video-, or web-conference. Get other journey management tips:
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NIOSH Oct 16
Don’t miss the October edition of NIOSH eNews! Learn more about the latest research from around NIOSH.
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Total Worker Health Oct 15
Webinar registration is open! "Management during Difficult Times: Supporting Workers and Families to Prevent Burnout and Promote Well-Being" October 29th at 1pm ET
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