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View Resource Preventing Injuries When Working with Hydraulic Excavators and Backhoe Loaders

This NIOSH Workplace Solutions website describes ways to prevent injuries and accidents when working with excavators and backhoes.

http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/docs/wp-solutions/2004-107/
View Resource NIOSH Safety and Health Topic: Construction

This NIOSH Safety and Health Topic webpage on construction describes the major hazards in this industry, including trench cave-ins, falls, machinery accidents, electrocutions, and motor vehicle...

http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/topics/construction/
View Resource U.S. Department of Labor Fatal Facts

Report of fatal accidents in the workplace. This site is a treasure for work-related accidents in all kinds of areas. For use in hazardous materials, job safety, and excavation training, etc.

http://www.osha.gov/OshDoc/toc_FatalFacts.html
View Resource Emergency Planning for Chemical Spills: Hazard Communication Standard

Discusses requirements of OSHA's HCS to inform and train employees about chemical hazards and proper use.

http://www.chemicalspill.org/WorkerRTK/hazard1.html
View Resource Emergency Planning for Chemical Spills: Other EPA Chemical Emergency Preparedness Programs

Provides historical background and mission of CEPP.

http://www.chemicalspill.org/EPCRA-facilities/programs.html
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