Protecting Yourself From H1N1 in the Workplace: Safety and Health Awareness for Responders to Swine Flu

NIEHS H1N1 Response Training Tool. Research Triangle Park, NC: National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences – National Institutes of Health, NIEHSCareers & TrainingHazMat Safety & TrainingClearinghouseEmergency Preparedness ResourcesH1N1 (Swine), Pandemic and Avian Influenza.

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NIEHS H1N1 Response Training Tool. Research Triangle Park, NC: National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences – National Institutes of Health, NIEHSCareers & TrainingHazMat Safety & TrainingClearinghouseEmergency Preparedness ResourcesH1N1 (Swine), Pandemic and Avian Influenza.

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Keyword OSH Act, Safety, Health, Workplace, Hazards, OSHA standards, Responsibilities, Training, Medical examinations, Recordkeeping, Personal protective equipment, Influenza, Pandemic, Health risks, Deaths, H1N1, Vaccine, Respirators, Airborne-disease, Infection, Contagion, Symptoms, Risk assessment, Hospitalizations, CDC, Immunization, Risk of exposure, Virus, Laboratory procedures, Emergency services, Critical infrastructure, Emergency response, Key resources, Hygiene, Engineering controls, Blood-borne pathogens, Aerosol Transmission Disease Standard, ATD.
Date Of Record Creation 2019-01-26 19:50:21
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Date Last Modified 6/9/2011 16:20
Language English
Date Record Checked: 6/9/2011 0:00 (W3C-DTF)

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