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  1. Occupational Fatalities in Oregon 2012 Annual Report (PDF)
    http://www.ohsu.edu/xd/research/centers-institutes/oregon-institute-occupational-health-sciences/outreach/or-face/upload/2012-Annual-Report-Final.pdf (OR-FACE)
    >  OR-FACE is supported by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (grant #2U60OH008472) through the Oregon Health Authority.

  2. Oregon FACE Toolbox Talk Guides
    http://www.ohsu.edu/xd/research/centers-institutes/oregon-institute-occupational-health-sciences/outreach/or-face/publications/toolbox-talk-guides.cfm (OR-FACE)
    >  These toolbox talk guides have been created to address hazards that have led to fatalities in Oregon in construction and logging.

  3. The Lancet Ebola Resource Center
    http://ebola.thelancet.com/ (Lancet)
    >  Free access to all ebola resources from the Lancet Family of Journals.

  4. NIOSH Total Worker HealthTM Webinar Series, “Intervening for Work Stress: Work-life Stress and Total Worker Health Approaches”
    https://nioshtwh.adobeconnect.com/p7yggyofgqw/ (NIOSH)
    >  The recording of the webinar is now available online. Please be aware that there was some technical difficulty in the beginning of the presentation. However, all original slides are available for download at the above link to the recording, and are posted as links within the meeting during the Q&A portion of the webinar.

  5. Detailed Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Checklist for Ebola Preparedness (PDF)
    http://www.cdc.gov/vhf/ebola/pdf/ems-checklist-ebola-preparedness.pdf (CDC)
    >  The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response (ASPR), in addition to other federal, state, and local partners, aim to increase understanding of Ebola and encourage U.S.-based EMS agencies and systems to prepare for managing patients with Ebola and other infectious diseases.

  6. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Ebola topic page
    http://www.cdc.gov/vhf/ebola/index.html (CDC)
    >  This general topic page addresses many public and human health issues related to the Ebola virus and outbreak.

  7. Oregon OSHA's Quick Guide - Hearing Protection (PDF)
    http://www.orosha.org/pdf/pubs/3349.pdf (Oregon OSHA)
    >  Read this guide to learn how workplace noise affects hearing and about the key requirements to Oregon OSHA regulations.

  8. Occupational Safety for the Death Care Industry (PDF)
    http://www.orosha.org/pdf/pubs/4989.pdf (Oregon OSHA)
    >  This publication was developed with the Oregon Mortuary and Cemetery Board to emphasize industry hazards, provide recommendations and highlight related Oregon OSHA standards.

  9. OSHA Fact Sheet: Protecting Workers from the Effects of Heat (updated) (PDF)
    https://www.osha.gov/OshDoc/data_Hurricane_Facts/heat_stress.pdf (OSHA)
    >  This fact sheet provides information to employers on measures they should take to prevent worker illnesses and death caused by heat stress.

  10. Oregon OSHA Fact Sheet: Stair Railings for General Industry Workplaces (PDF)
    http://www.orosha.org/pdf/pubs/fact_sheets/fs04.pdf (Oregon OSHA)
    >  This fact sheet explains Oregon OSHA rules requiring standard railings at 4 feet above a lower level at general industry workplaces.

  11. Oregon OSHA Public Education Workshops 2014 (PDF)
    http://www.orosha.org/educate/pdf/schedule4.pdf (Oregon OSHA)
    >  Access the schedule for no cost workshops on workplace safety and health provided by Oregon OSHA.

  12. Oregon OSHA Fact Sheet: Motor Vehicle Safety for Employers and Employees (PDF)
    http://www.orosha.org/pdf/pubs/fact_sheets/fs18.pdf (Oregon OSHA)
    >  Driving is something that most of us take for granted, but it is also part of doing business at many workplaces. Driving is just as important as any other aspect of workplace safety; it might be the most important part of your safety program if your employees spend most of their workday on the road.

  13. ErgoWeb: Eye Strain, Neck Pain and Monitor Placement (Conventional Wisdom vs Ergonomics Evidence)
    http://ergoweb.com/eye-strain-neck-pain-and-monitor-placement-conventional-wisdom-vs-ergonomics-evidence/ (ergoweb)
    >  This article provided by ErgoWeb: September 2nd, 2014 Eye Strain, Neck Pain and Monitor Placement (Conventional Wisdom vs Ergonomics Evidence) By Gene Kay, MS CPE

  14. NIOSH Science Blog: Workplace Exposures and the National Action Plan for Infertility
    http://blogs.cdc.gov/niosh-science-blog/2014/07/16/infertility/ (NIOSH)
    >  This Science Blog article, “Workplace Exposures and the National Action Plan for Infertility” (http://blogs.cdc.gov/niosh-science-blog/2014/07/16/infertility/), prepared by Steven Schrader and James Kesner, both of NIOSH.

  15. NIOSH Science Blog: Preventing Skin Cancer
    http://blogs.cdc.gov/niosh-science-blog/2014/08/13/skin-cancer/ (NIOSH)
    >  A recent NIOSH science blog, “Preventing Skin Cancer,” was authored by RADM Boris D. Lushniak, M.D., M.P.H., acting U.S. surgeon general.

  16. OSHA Fact Sheet: Protecting Workers during a Pandemic (PDF)
    https://www.osha.gov/Publications/OSHAFS-3747.pdf (OSHA)
    >  A pandemic is a global disease outbreak and can be caused by a variety of agents, including influenza and coronaviruses. During a pandemic, transmission can be anticipated in the workplace not only from patients to workers in healthcare settings, but also among co-workers and between members of the general public and workers in other types of workplaces

  17. Prevention Video (v-Tool) | Electrocution/Work Safely with Ladders Near Power Lines (Electrocución/Trabaje de manera segura con escaleras cerca de líneas eléctricas aéreas)
    https://www.osha.gov/dts/vtools/construction/ladder_powerline_fnl_eng_web.html (OSHA)
    >  These videos, which are available in English and Spanish, show how quickly contact with overhead power lines can result in the electrocution of a worker. It also shows what employers can do to ensure the work is done more safely.

  18. OR-FACE: Crab Fishing Hazard Alert (PDF)
    http://www.ohsu.edu/xd/research/centers-institutes/oregon-institute-occupational-health-sciences/outreach/or-face/publications/upload/Fishing-PFDs.pdf (OR-FACE)
    >  During 2000-2009 70% of commercial fishing deaths off the US West Coast were caused by drowning. Dungeness crab fisheries had the highest number of fatalities with a rate of 310 per 100,000 full-time equivalent workers.

  19. Oregon OSHA Fact Sheet Plus: Fall protection trigger heights for general industry (PDF)
    http://www.orosha.org/pdf/pubs/fact_sheets/fs58.pdf (Oregon OSHA)
    >  This Fact Sheet, provided by Oregon OSHA, identifies trigger heights and fall protection requirements for general industry.

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