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  • initialism US National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health

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  • Call the NIOSH hotline see “Resources” for new recommendations on lifting.

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  • For information in Spanish and English about workplace hazards, call the NIOSH information line 1-800-35-NIOSH.

    OUR BODIES, OURSELVES

  • The people just over the course of today, in terms of overall screening and surveillance -- NIOSH, which is the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health; EPA -- the Environmental Protection Agency; the CDC, who is represented here with me; Fort Detrick labs, or the Medical Research and Material Command of the U.S.

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  • The label must not be removed and must remain legible  "TC number" is no longer on cartridges or filters (Part 84) Marked with "NIOSH", manufacturer's name and part number, and an abbreviation to indicate cartridge or filter type (e.g.,

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  • Mr. Watzman said the industry accepts that there are pockets of increased black lung prevalence based on a NIOSH program in which miners voluntarily submit to chest X-rays.

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  • Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. of Waltham, Mass., a maker of equipment for high-tech laboratories, spent more than a decade developing and testing the so-called PDM 3600 in conjunction with the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, or NIOSH.

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  • “Although neither we nor the Centers for Disease Control/NIOSH anticipate the name of any individual in the current Programs will be on the list, CDC/NIOSH is expressly required by law to implement this particular requirement of the Act,” it says.

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  • "This will be the first major advancement in monitoring miners' exposure to respirable coal dust," said Ed Thimons , branch chief for dust control, ventilation and toxic substances at NIOSH.

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  • The law that created the new fund also required NIOSH to provide periodic updates on whether scientific research has proven that work at Ground Zero led to an increased risk of developing cancer.

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  • The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, or NIOSH, published its report on a government website on Tuesday, saying: Based on the scientific and medical findings in the peer-reviewed literature…insufficient evidence exists at this time to propose a rule to add cancer, or a certain type of cancer'' to the list of illnesses linked to working at Ground Zero.

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