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View Resource CDC Climate Change and Occupational Safety and Health

Climate change is any significant variation in temperature, precipitation, wind, or other type of weather that lasts for decades or longer. These changes have the potential to affect human health in...
View Resource Fact Sheet on Safety and Security Improvements at Nuclear Plants

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) - responsible for protecting public health and the environment from potential hazards involved in using nuclear materials - took prompt action to enhance...
View Resource Fact Sheet on Storage of Spent Nuclear Fuel

Spent nuclear fuel refers to uranium-bearing fuel elements that have been used at commercial nuclear reactors and that are no longer producing enough energy to sustain a nuclear reaction. Once the...
View Resource AFSCME Health & Safety Fact Sheet: Asphalt

Asphalt is a dark brown or black substance derived from crude oil. It may be a solid, a semi-solid, or a liquid and is a strong adhesive. Other names for asphalt include road tar, road binder,...
View Resource AFSCME Health & Safety Fact Sheet: Asbestos

AFSCME has played a major role in shaping federal asbestos laws to protect maintenance, custodial, and other building service workers and occupants. These laws give workers the right to know if the...
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