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Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry
ATSDR - Public Health Statement: Mercury (1990) Information on what is, how one might be exposed, and how mercury can affect ones health.
Environmental community offering information on OSHA regulations, asbestos, radon and lead abatement and removal.
Environmental Software and Services Gmbh
European hazardous chemicals database.
EPA Asbestos Home Page
Information from the Environmental Protection Agency about asbestos hazards, regulations, publications and resources.
Haz Map
Occupational medicine toxicology database to assist in the recognition of diseases caused by hazardous chemicals.
Is Your Job Killing You? by James Q. Jacobs
There are as many as 575,000 hazardous chemical products in workplaces. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) estimates that over 32 million workers are exposed to hazardous chemicals. Resources and links for additional information.
Preventing Adverse Health Effects From
Exposure to Beryllium on the Job US OSHA Hazard Information Bulletin on this substance.
Sharps Injury Prevention
Sharps Injury Prevention concentration is designed to provide students with advanced knowledge, skills and abilities for their participation in the battle to prevent needle sticks and other sharps injuries and their subsequent risk to bloodborne infections. Efforts to prevent sharps injuries have proven complicated as evidenced by the approximately 600,000 to 800,000 needle sticks and other percutaneous injuries that continue to occur annually among healthcare workers across the continuum of care (hospitals, nursing homes, clinics, emergency care services, and private homes). Specifically, participants will gain the following competencies: 1. Collect and analyze data on sharps injuries 2. Interpret regulatory requirements related to sharps injury prevention 3. Implement a comprehensive sharps injury prevention program 4. Evaluate engineered sharps injury prevention devices 5. Recognize the medical, psychosocial and legal ramifications of sharps injuries.
Tamarac Medical
Located in Denver, Colorado. About this toxicology lab specializing in economical blood lead and cadmium testing for children and industry workers.

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